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How a New York Assemblyman’s “Deciding Vote” Changed Abortion Access Before Roe

When New York State opened its borders to individuals seeking abortions—three years before the Supreme Court’s landmark Roe v. Wade decision on January 22, 1973—it radically expanded access in America. But as The New Yorker documents in its film Deciding Vote, it wouldn’t have happened without the vote of one lawmaker.

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