Bodily Autonomy
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Bodily Autonomy

To: Rep. Paul, Sen. Middleton, Gov. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Patrick

From: A constituent in Seabrook, TX

January 10

*Reform Needed: Urgent Review of Reproductive Health Laws* The recent case of Kate Cox, a pregnant woman granted permission for an abortion due to a fatal fetal diagnosis, underscores the urgent need for clarity and reform in our reproductive health laws. The current ban, with its vague exceptions, places undue burden on individuals and healthcare providers. It is crucial to ensure that laws respect the right to bodily autonomy and provide clear, compassionate guidelines for healthcare. Therefore, it is requested that immediate action be taken to review and revise these laws, prioritizing the health and rights of individuals over restrictive, unclear mandates. This case is not an isolated incident but a symptom of a larger systemic issue that requires urgent attention and action.

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