Donald Trump said women should be punished for seeking abortion—but he’s not so different from every other Republican candidate who would restrict women’s rights to make their own health care decisions

Donald Trump said women should be punished for seeking abortion—but he’s not so different from every other Republican candidate who would restrict women’s rights to make their own health care decisions. One thing’s clear: We can’t let one of them become president. Chip in $1 and get this bumper sticker if you agree: hrc.io/21VcrdB

Today on César Chávez Day, we honor his commitment to service, education, and equal opportunity for all

Today on César Chávez Day, we honor his commitment to service, education, and equal opportunity for all. Born on this day in 1927, he championed the labor movement and empowered working communities. As co-founders of the United Farm Workers, he and Dolores Huerta fought for and won higher wages, better working conditions, and the right to unionize—giving more workers the opportunity to build a better future.

Hoy honramos a César Chávez y celebramos su dedicación al servicio, la educación y la igualdad de oportunidades para todos. César Chávez nació un día como hoy en 1927 y dedicó su vida al movimiento laboral y empoderar a las comunidades trabajadoras. Como co-fundador de la Unión de Campesinos, Chávez junto a Dolores Huertas luchó y consiguió mejores salarios, mejores condiciones de trabajo y el derecho a organizarse en sindicatos. Su esfuerzo resultó en mejores oportunidades y un mejor futuro para los trabajadores.

Today on César Chávez Day, we honor his commitment to service, education, and equal opportunity for all. Born on this day in 1927, he championed the labor movement and empowered working communities. As co-founders of the United Farm Workers, he and Dolores Huerta fought for and won higher wages, better working conditions, and the right to unionize—giving more workers the opportunity to build a better future. | Hoy honramos a César Chávez y celebramos su dedicación al servicio, la educación y la igualdad de oportunidades para todos. César Chávez nació un día como hoy en 1927 y dedicó su vida al movimiento laboral y empoderar a las comunidades trabajadoras. Como co-fundador de la Unión de Campesinos, Chávez junto a Dolores Huertas luchó y consiguió mejores salarios, mejores condiciones de trabajo y el derecho a organizarse en sindicatos. Su esfuerzo resultó en mejores oportunidades y un mejor futuro para los trabajadores.

Today on César Chávez Day, we honor his commitment to service, education, and equal opportunity for all. Born on this day in 1927, he championed the labor movement and empowered working communities. As co-founders of the United Farm Workers, he and Dolores Huerta fought for and won higher wages, better working conditions, and the right to unionize—giving more workers the opportunity to build a better future. | Hoy honramos a César Chávez y celebramos su dedicación al servicio, la educación y la igualdad de oportunidades para todos. César Chávez nació un día como hoy en 1927 y dedicó su vida al movimiento laboral y empoderar a las comunidades trabajadoras. Como co-fundador de la Unión de Campesinos, Chávez junto a Dolores Huertas luchó y consiguió mejores salarios, mejores condiciones de trabajo y el derecho a organizarse en sindicatos. Su esfuerzo resultó en mejores oportunidades y un mejor futuro para los trabajadores.

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Maya Angelou said

Maya Angelou said: “When people show you who they are, believe them.” Donald J. Trump can try to walk back his words, but we heard him loud and clear. Even by his impossibly low standards, Trump’s suggestion that women be punished for seeking abortion is abhorrent. The fact is, Trump isn’t that different from every other Republican candidate who would also outlaw abortion.

Remember: If you make abortion a crime, you make women who seek abortions criminals. You put one in three women at risk. Women, especially low-income women and women of color, are already being punished by GOP-led efforts to stigmatize and restrict health care. Every woman—regardless of income or zip code—deserves access to health care. If you don’t get that, you have no business being president.

At this point, Donald Trump has insulted the vast majority of Americans. The good news is, there’s something we can all do about it: Vote. hrc.io/vote