Activists dressed as characters from "The Handmaid's Tale" gather in the Texas Capitol Rotunda as they protest SB 8, a bill that would require health care facilities, including hospitals and abortion clinics, to bury or cremate any fetal remains whether from abortion, miscarriage or stillbirth, and they would be banned from donating aborted fetal tissue to medical researchers, on May 23 in Austin.
Activists dressed as characters from "The Handmaid's Tale" gather in the Texas Capitol Rotunda as they protest SB 8, a bill that would require health care facilities, including hospitals and abortion clinics, to bury or cremate any fetal remains whether from abortion, miscarriage or stillbirth, and they would be banned from donating aborted fetal tissue to medical researchers, on May 23 in Austin. Eric Gay AP
Activists dressed as characters from "The Handmaid's Tale" gather in the Texas Capitol Rotunda as they protest SB 8, a bill that would require health care facilities, including hospitals and abortion clinics, to bury or cremate any fetal remains whether from abortion, miscarriage or stillbirth, and they would be banned from donating aborted fetal tissue to medical researchers, on May 23 in Austin. Eric Gay AP

Sorry, liberals. ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ won’t change Trumpworld’s minds

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