Gillibrand: Voters That Do Not Want Tax Dollars Paying For Abortion Do Not Have “A Valid Argument”
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) told NBC News’ Josh Lederman that voters that oppose taxpayer dollars paying for abortions do not have “a valid argument.”
“We have a tenant in our Constitution, it’s called separation of church and state. And I do not believe that that is a valid argument. I think that the Hyde amendment should be repealed and that we actually need to make sure that women — regardless of their income level — have a basic right to reproductive care. It’s about our humanity, and it’s about our basic civil rights.”
How does separation of church and state have anything to do with taxpayers funding doctors that stop fetal heartbeats?
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