With abortion-rights activists playing defense from statehouses to the Supreme Court , Planned Parenthood is unveiling a new campaign push focused on the 2020 elections. The organization is announcing its largest electoral effort yet — with plans to spend at least $45 million backing candidates in local, state and national races who support abortion rights. Kelley Robinson, executive director of the superPAC Planned Parenthood Votes, said advocates are pushing back against a "coordinated level of attack" from abortion-rights opponents. "It's clear that all these attacks have one goal: to undermine and to gut Roe v. Wade, " Robinson said in an interview with NPR. The first priority for 2020 is to unseat President Trump. The group also will work to...
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With Abortion Rights On The Line, Planned Parenthood Announces 2020 Push