Just nine years ago, Georgia added a ban on gay marriage to its constitution. The Voting Rights Act was a way of political life. And women had access to a number of abortion-related options. Today, the ban on gay marriage remains, a key provision of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) is no longer in place, and there is a push to criminalize abortion in many cases.
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