Podcast: Rally in Dayton

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This week, Randi, Gabe, and Jaime talk about a pro-choice rally in Dayton outside Women’s Med Center. NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio joined other abortion rights activists to counter a demonstration that was part of the anti-choice “4o Days for Life.”


We discussed the Supreme Court arguments on Zubik v. Burwell. The case centers on challenges to the birth control coverage in the Affordable Care Act.

This week saw the return of the Title IX Sports Report. A CEO of a tennis tournament resigned this week after claiming that women players should be on their knees thanking male layers. Players and fans were outraged. In women’s basketball, Ohio State plays Tennessee in the Sweet 16 on Friday night. Go Bucks!

Register for the April 13 Freedom of Choice Ohio Advocacy Day at http://bit.ly/prochoice2016

NARAL’s The Morning After is a production of NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio.


Help build a pro-choice Ohio. Every day, NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio fights to protect access to the full range of reproductive health care options—including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and safe & legal abortion care. We educate the public about the real threat to women’s healthcare posed by anti-choice legislation and policies. We mobilize pro-choice Ohioans to take political action to defend reproductive rights. And we are the voice for Ohio’s abortion clinics, helping them navigate the increasingly hostile climate created by extremist groups. But we need your help. As a member organization, we rely on your financial support to fund our important legislative, educational, and grassroots activities.

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