An Anti-Poverty Agenda That Excludes Access to Reproductive Healthcare is Woefully Incomplete
I've written extensively in this column about anti-poverty policy. I've underscored the importance of minimum wages, work supports including child care and wage subsidies, SNAP (food stamps), housing and health care. I've often stressed the critical role for criminal justice reform. I never shut up about the benefits of full employment.
But I've never said a word about reproductive rights.