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Page 70 of 73 | Summer 2022 | SAG-AFTRA 67 FINANCIALLY EMPOWERING THE CREATIVE COMMUNITY FOR 60 YEARS Get started online at Buy Your First Home • Upgrade Your Vehicle • Finish School • Pursue Your Passion No Matter What Stage Of Life You're In - Or On, We Are Here For You! she said, "F*** the Supreme Court" while presenting an award. During a June 26 Los Angeles protest against the ruling, Full House star Jodie Sweetin was seen on cellphone footage in an apparent scuffle with law enforcement, but emerged unharmed. "Our activism will continue until our voices are heard and action is taken," the Take Action continues from page 21 The Conners star Lecy Goranson, left, penned the show's recent gun violence episode. ERIC MCCANDLESS/ABC actor said after the event. "This will not deter us." Conversely, actor Kimberly Elise, who starred in Tyler Perry's 2010 film For Colored Girls, in which there is a substantial abortion story, received backlash on social media platforms after she posted her support of the Roe reversal on her Instagram account. President Biden has called on Congress to codify Roe into law. In July, he signed an executive order instructing the Justice Department to protect women traveling out of state for abortions, protect mobile clinics deployed to state borders, and safeguard access to FDA-approved abortion drugs. The EO also directs the Health and Human Services Department to ensure all women and girls experiencing pregnancy loss receive the emergency care they need and provides leave for federal workers traveling for reproductive medical care. Meanwhile, dozens of state legislatures are codifying abortion access into their constitutions or, conversely, enacting total or near-total bans on abortion services. For up-to-date information on the state of reproductive rights across the nation, please visit

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