“I really don’t like abortion,” I told the pleasant young woman from a group called Trust Women, “but I will not support the bans, or half-bans, that the state legislature keeps coming up with.”
Biggest text on their door hanger:
The ban on using private insurance for abortion care should be repealed. And politicians should leave medical decisions to women and their doctors.
Which, technically, is two separate issues, though I wasn’t very clear in making that declaration.
Not sure how she wrote that down in her book, but she didn’t scowl even once. And I have more than usual reason to be grateful for that: when the knock came, I pushed the door open only a little and tried to shoo her off the porch, warning her that I was at Wardrobe Zero. She said she didn’t mind, and so that’s how the discussion was conducted.