House passes bill to codify contraception rights nationwide | USA TODAY
The Right to Contraception Act heads to the Senate after House members voted 228-195 mostly along party lines.
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The measure is the latest initiative by Democrats to increase protections for women following the overturning of Roe v. Wade. The House voted on July 15 to codify abortion rights, a measure which passed without Republican support.
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