Hi-Line Women's Coalition holds first pro-choice public event

Group says it is concerned about future of privacy, health care and reproductive rights


Last updated 8/22/2022 at 11:28am

Havre Daily News/Patrick Johnston

Democratic legislative candidate Paul Tuss of Havre, back, who is challenging incumbent Rep. Ed Hill, R-Havre, in November's election, talks Friday in Triple Dog Brewing with members of the Hi-Line Women's Coalition.

The newly formed Hi-Line Women's Coalition held their first public event Friday at Triple Dog Brewing Company, with about 10 members of the group registering voters and talking about reproductive rights, which they feel are under threat in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's reversal of Roe v. Wade.

Coalition Board Co-Chairs Morgaine Lomayesva and Julea Robbins said the group formed after the Supreme Court's decision, which they said threatens Montana women's right to a basic health care procedure, and, more broadly, to all Montanan's right to privacy.

The board has seven members includi...

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