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This week, Randi, Jaime, and Gabe discuss tonight’s presidential debate. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet for the first face-to-face event of the 2016 General Election. While we’re not expecting any questions on abortion (they should ask, they just never do) we’ll be live-tweeting. Follow us at @ProChoiceOH.

On Friday, Kierra Johnson led testimony against the Hyde Amendment before a Congressional committee. Ms. Johnson is the Executive Director of URGE. She gets our That’s What She Said for her rebuttal of comparisons of abortion and slavery:

It’s interesting that we’re bringing up slavery in this space. When you own somebody’s decision-making, you own them.

Read more about the hearing, or read her full testimony.

This week’s Walk of Shame goes to Kathy Miller, former chair of the Trump campaign in Mahoning County, Ohio. She gave an awful interview to the Guardian, revealing many racist notions shared by Trump supporters.

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