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This afternoon, Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta and members of the Reproductive Rights Task Force met with senior staff from offices of state attorneys general to discuss the Task Force and the work state attorneys general are doing in their communities to respond to the Dobbs decision. The Associate and Task Force members updated participants on the Task Force’s work. The state attorneys general’s offices provided information about developments in their states, including what they are seeing and hearing from women and providers. This information will help inform the Task Force’s work going forward. 

The Task Force will continue meeting with stakeholders and coordinating with government partners in the coming weeks. 

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