"We must address and face our horrific history," said Lorena Garcia Zermeño, policy and communications coordinator for CLJR.
"Weaponizing any sort of holy worship for earthly political gain only drags the country's partisan divisions into the church," Rev. Nathan Empsall of Faithful America said.
Kazuo Yana told lawmakers in a meeting on Friday that LGBT people run counter to the basis of biology.
Lubbock officials voted down the "sanctuary city" ordinance last year over conflicts with state law and Supreme Court rulings. But residents vote for it, and Lubbock is now the 26th U.S. municipality to outlaw abortion procedures within city limits.
"We need to repent as a nation of the stuff that's being pushed through," Tony Perkins of the conservative Family Research Council said.
"The first thing we would like to see would be an executive order on day one, within the first 100 days, that demonstrates the administration's commitment to sexual and reproductive health care," Planned Parenthood's president told Newsweek.
The reproductive healthcare nonprofit shared a tweet from five years ago, where the senator referred to birth control as "abortion-inducing drugs," which he also did in Wednesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
The Supreme Court's ruling also avoids making reproductive rights an even more contentious election season issue than it already is.
Georgia Congressman Doug Collins claimed Amazon is furthering an "anti-family" agenda by promoting Abrams' film about voter suppression.
Despite being a vocal advocate for birth control, Sanger also was involved in the eugenics movement.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's public stance on abortion rights has undergone a significant transformation.
At the March for Life, the president said that New York and Virginia laws permit abortion "all the way up until the moment of birth."
Ultimately, it would be up to states to "protect and expand reproductive freedom," if Roe v. Wade is overturned, the National Institute for Reproductive Health has said.
Nearly a dozen states have passed legislation restricting access to abortion so far in 2019.
"He has been the women's president. This president has done more for women—it's unparalleled," Gina Loudon said.
The ordinance, which prohibits travel and contracting with the blacklisted states, will go into effect on January 1, 2020.
"It's not an exaggeration to say women will die because these Republican legislatures in these various states... are telling women what to do with their bodies," Sen. Kamala Harris said.
In the first legislature of its kind in the U.S., California will provide medication abortion services on its state college campuses.
"People won't take these attacks anymore—and they're looking to make their voices heard at the ballot box," said Alexis McGill Johnson, the acting president and CEO of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund.
"When you do IVF, you create a life, but how many lives does it take?"
The 18,000-square-foot Illinois abortion clinic, providing care to over 10,000 women, will be among the biggest in the country.
"It continues to keep chipping away at opportunities for women to be self determining," said Cherisse Scott, founder of the reproductive justice group SisterReach.
Anyone who wants to be president must take a stand against the Hyde Amendment, as well as the bans to safe, legal abortion and the Title X gag rule.
The Trump administration has worked to bring its domestic agenda to the U.N. and other global fora with alarming scale and speed.
"This new policy could threaten anyone seeking medical care in this country, but will fall particularly hard on women and LGBTQ patients," said Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights.
"If there is an absolute wrong way to do something, Alabama is going to figure it out."
"We're telling a 12-year-old girl who, through incest and rape, is pregnant, we are telling her that she doesn't have a choice," state Senator Rodger Smitherman said.
"The states are very busy passing all kinds of laws that would limit a woman's right to choose. It's those things that will go before Justice Kavanaugh," Senator Mazie Hirono warned.
"This sends a clear signal that women's reproductive rights are not a priority for this administration," a State Department official told Politico.