Women's March Cleveland to march August 2,2022/Armond Budish to propose legislation to Cuyahoga County Council on this date in support of reproductive rights for women....The march will also address anti-abortion Ohio House Bill 704,....By Clevelandurbannews.com and Kathywraycolemanonlinenewsblog.com, Ohio's Black digital news leaders
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WOMEN'S MARCH CLEVELAND TO RALLY AND MARCH ON TUES, AUG 2, 2022 OUTSIDE OF THE CUYAHOGA COUNTY COUNCIL MEETING IN DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND AGAINST REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND AGAINST HOUSE BILL 704
CLEVELAND, Ohio-This event has been rescheduled to Aug 2 because Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish advised that he would be submitting his women's rights proposal to county council on Aug 2 rather than the previous date that we were given. Women's March Cleveland (216-659-0473) will rally beginning at 5:00pm and later speak at the Cuyahoga County Council meeting in downtown Cleveland at 2079 E 9th St on Tue, Aug 2, 2022 to support County Executive Armond Budish' proposal to county council for abortion access and resources and public policy changes for women in Cuyahoga County. A march will follow. We urge county council to approve the proposal This will be a mass event with a march at 5:45pm
Led by Women's March Cleveland Mr Budish recently met with activists and other women's advocacy leaders of greater Cleveland to dicuss his proposal and to take recommendations from the women.The meeting was productive.
...Financial grants to local and state organizations providing similar health care services to residents, allowing them to access services as needed.
...Financial grants to support local organizations that provide education regarding reproductive health care options, which include abortion care. (These organizations may need additional support to supply these vital education services due to a potential increase in demand),
...Reproductive health initiatives, including a nondiscrimination ordinance that prohibits discrimination, termination, or other loss of public accommodation because of a reproductive health decision.