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Subject IT: Do you support Texas' strict abortion law? Or are you looking for ways to fight for reproductive rights?
Date September 3, 2021 11:30 AM
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SCOTUS declined to block Texas’ “heartbeat law” that seeks to ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected.

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Welcome to Friday, September 3rd, associates,

SCOTUS declined to block Texas’ “heartbeat law” ([link removed]) that seeks to ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected.

Texas’s law would empower individuals ― not the state government or law enforcement ― to bring a civil action against a person who performs an abortion without checking for a fetal heartbeat, or who aids or abets or reimburses the cost of an abortion.

In a 5-4 decision, five of the Supreme Court’s conservatives rejected the appeal for a preliminary injunction because the motion raised by plaintiffs at this stage seeks to enjoin the Texas law itself, rather than a person seeking to enforce the law.

This fall, the Supreme Court will hear arguments ([link removed]) in a case involving Mississippi’s ban on elective abortions more than 15 weeks into pregnancy ([link removed]) except in cases of medical emergencies and severe fetal abnormalities.

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** Disagree With the Ban? Here's How To Help


Millions of women in Texas have lost the right to choose, and access, safe abortion facilities. If you consider this law an attack on reproductive freedoms, we compiled a list of organizations ([link removed]) fighting for women's rights in Texas, including:
1. Texas Equal Access (TEA) Fund ([link removed]) helps low-income North, East, and West Texans seeking abortions. It also advocates for abortion access as a fundamental human right.
2. Fund Texas Choice ([link removed]) helps women access abortion clinics by funding a bus ticket, plane ticket, or gas money. It also helps with hotel expenses.
3. The Lilith Fund ([link removed]) , Texas' oldest abortion fund, provides direct financial assistance for Central and South Texans seeking abortions.
4. Avow ([link removed]) : Avow — formerly NARAL Pro-Choice Texas — is an independent, Texas-based organization that organizes Texas voters to campaign for an end to anti-abortion policies in the state. It also has a political action committee (PAC) through which it works to elect pro-abortion public officials.

See the full list here ([link removed]) .

** All Work and No Playlist

In honor of Labor Day, we're compiling a playlist of songs ([link removed]) you, our Causes Community, think best define "work" in America.

Is it some overtly labor-related song like Dolly Parton's "Nine to Five ([link removed]) ," Rihanna's "Work ([link removed]) ," Tennessee Ernie Ford's "16 Tons ([link removed]) ," Tori Amos' "The Happy Worker ([link removed]) "?

Or maybe you're all about "Working For the Weekend ([link removed]) " or it's just about "Money (That's What [You] Want) ([link removed]) ."

Perhaps you prefer a ditty specific to your job: "Working In The Coal Mine ([link removed]) ," "Supermodel ([link removed]) ," "Be A Clown ([link removed]) ," "Waitress Song ([link removed]) ," "Convoy ([link removed]) ."

However you prep for production, let us know ([link removed]) . We'll release the Causes Labor Day Playlist on Monday.

** All the Memes Fit to Post

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** And, In The End...

Make today a bank holiday:

—Josh Herman

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