In the News December 22, 2022

Arizona Republic: Judge denies challenge to Proposition 209, which gives medical debt relief to Arizona consumers

At a time when inflation and the economy are of concern to U.S. voters, Proposition 209 attracted national attention as a test case for other states, according to the Fairness Project, a national nonprofit that funds, organizes and advocates for ballot measures and supported Proposition 209.

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In the News December 19, 2022

The Guardian: How Republicans are trying to block voters from having a say on abortion

"The instinct from conservative lawmakers to make it harder for their voters to decide on the core issues that matter to them most is fundamentally an assault on voting rights,” says Kelly Hall, the executive director of the Fairness Project, an organization that supports progressive ballot initiatives in red and purple states.

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In the News December 2, 2022

CBS News: Abortion rights backers look to build on success of ballot measures in 2024

"The work that is taking place now is, how do you think strategically about how ballot measures fit into your broader set of priorities alongside litigation, direct care through abortion funds, legislative advocacy and trying to change the balance of power?" said Kelly Hall, executive director of the Fairness Project.

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In the News November 27, 2022

Bloomberg: Where Abortion Will Be on the Ballot in 2024

Kelly Hall, the Fairness Project’s executive director, acknowledges that there may be “coattail effects” from ballot measures that benefit Democratic candidates in 2024. But she also makes clear that the priority is protecting abortion rights: “Our view is let’s not let the tail wag the dog,” she says.

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In the News November 21, 2022

Vanity Fair: Republicans Lost Big on Abortion Ballot Measures. Now They’re Trying to Change the Rules

The Fairness Project, an organization that backs progressive ballot measures, was quick to condemn the effort. “Let’s be clear about what this announcement means: Ohio Republicans are planning a power grab next year in order to diminish voters’ power at the ballot box,” executive director Kelly Hall said in a statement.

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