By Quentin Fottrell
C. Nicole Mason, CEO of the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, a nonprofit that supports abortions rights, was among several women’s rights advocates who responded to the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday.
“This is a dark day for American democracy and women’s reproductive rights. Today, the Supreme Court turned back the clock on nearly a half century of progress on gender equality,” she said.
“Now, legislatures across the country are expected to quickly ban abortion, leaving women — especially low-income women and women of color — without access to critical health care services in their states and communities,” she added.
‘The Supreme Court turned back the clock.”