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Maryland Gov. Wes Moore, AG Anthony Brown applaud Supreme Court upholding abortion medication access

Gov. Wes Moore declared Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to continue to allow access to a contested drug approved to provide medication abortions “a win” for reproductive justice. “Let me be clear: reproductive freedom is non-negotiable,” Moore, a Democrat, said in a statement. In early 2023, the Supreme Court began to grapple over the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s long-standing approval of the medicine mifepristone (meh FE’ pri-stone) — one of two pills prescribed in medication abortions.


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