I have always believed that abortion should be rare, safe and legal in the state of Maryland. Now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe vs. Wade, the fight to protect women’s right to reproductive healthcare has moved from our courts to our legislatures. Thankfully, reproductive rights are codified in Maryland law. However, reproductive rights mean nothing if women cannot exercise those rights. That is why I was proud to vote for legislation this year that will train more healthcare workers to deliver safe, high-quality care. Now more than ever, we must maintain our pro-choice supermajority in the Maryland Senate to prevent government interference in these personal and difficult decisions. I promise that I will continue to stand up for women’s rights in Annapolis.