Comparing the incumbent's voting record on women's reproductive rights with Kathleen's stances
Timilty disagrees, and voted to require parental consent.
Timilty disagrees, and voted to cut their funding.
Timilty disagrees, and opposed "buffer zones" at clinics.
Some key votes on women's reproductive issues where Kathleen would have voted in opposition to the incumbent and in support of women's reproductive rights:
Bill# S4 - Rollcall vote #291 11/18/2020 - Vote was on an amendment to increase equitable access to abortion by expanding access to abortion after 24 weeks of pregnancy in cases of a lethal fetal diagnosis; allowing 16 and 17 year olds to make their own decisions about abortion care without having to go before a judge; and codifying a right to non-interference in access to reproductive health care. Kathleen would have voted YES; Timilty voted NO. Reference: https://malegislature.gov/Bills/191/S4
Bill #H 5179-Rollcall #372 12/29/20-Override a veto of a bill that expands abortion access. Kathleen would have voted YES; Timilty voted NO which supports these restrictions:
Bill# H3638 - Rollcall vote # 20 3/28/2019 - Vote was on making up to $8 million available for family planning clinics in Massachusetts at risk of losing federal funding under a new Trump administration rule that cuts support for providers that offer abortion services. Kathleen would have voted YES; Timilty voted NO. Reference: https://malegislature.gov/Bills/191/H3638
Explanation of this "Title X" vote:
Bill# S 2283 - Rollcall vote # 438 July 23, 2014 - Vote to pass a bill that authorizes law enforcement officers to order the withdrawal of individuals impeding access to a reproductive health care facility. Kathleen would have voted YES; Timilty voted NO. Reference: https://justfacts.votesmart.org/bill/18769/49681/18998/authorizes-withdrawal-orders-around-reproductive-health-care-facilities#49681
Bill# S 1353 - Rollcall vote # 207 Nov. 1, 2007 - Vote to pass a bill that establishes a 35-foot buffer zone surrounding reproductive health care clinics where no one is allowed to remain. Does not apply to persons entering or leaving the facility, employees of the facility, or municipal employees. Kathleen would have voted YES; Timilty voted NO. Reference: https://justfacts.votesmart.org/bill/5808/16373/18998/reproductive-health-clinic-buffer-zones#16373
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