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Lunes, Octubre 27, 2014
Women's E-News
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Seventy-eight percent of Texas Hispanic voters say a woman has a right to make her own decisions about abortion without politicians interfering, finds an Oct. 22 study commissioned by the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Rights. The study also finds that most Texas Hispanic voters seem willing to disagree with church leaders on the legality of abortion. The poll finds 76 percent regard birth control as a part of basic health care and that it should be covered no matter where a woman works.