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Yard NYC explores frights beyond Halloween, just ahead of midterm elections

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Halloween isn’t the only thing that has people frightened these days, especially as midterm elections draw nearer.

For many people who ovulate, their loved ones and the medical professionals who assist them with abortions and emergency reproductive care, this year’s midterms hold an exceedingly heavier weight after a brutal summer of anti-abortion laws that were enacted by several states in response to the controversial Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. Many pro-life candidates currently on the ballot have threatened to pass more extreme measures if elected, some of which include a potential ban on contraceptives.




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