How New Democratically Controlled House of Representatives Can Counter 8 Yrs of GOP Damage to Bodily Autonomy


Christine Grimaldi is a journalist and writer in Washington, D.C., who often covers reproductive and LGBTQ policy in Congress and under the Trump administration. Her reporting has appeared in Rewire.News, DAME Magazine, the Columbia Journalism Review, and The Rumpus, and her essays in The Washington Post, The Toast, and The Morning News.

In this episode, we discuss how the new Democratically controlled House of Representatives can rollback 8 years of GOP damage to legislation that protects bodily autonomy, reproductive rights, and LGBTQ rights.

Follow Christine Grimaldi on Twitter at @chgrimaldi


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