“I would love for there to be zero abortions,” says lieutenant governor candidate Leticia Van de Putte. “But the way to do that is not to cut access, but to make abortion unnecessary in the first place.” – Leticia Van De Putte in her Cosmopolitan Magazine interview
Read the entire Cosmo article here.
More quotes from the Cosmo interview
I’m a pharmacist with 34 years across the prescription counter. I know how to talk to my patients. The number one thing you do as a leader is you listen first, then you help provide a framework and a structure so people can make good decisions about their health care, their quality of life, and their families.
As presiding officer of the Senate, I would listen to the senators and to the needs of people of this state.
If you look at Leticia Rosa San Miguel Van de Putte, I’m Roman Catholic. I’ve lived my faith: I had six children in nine years.
My personal faith dictates one thing for me. But I also know that each woman needs to make this decision within her own faith and her value system, maybe with her partner, and definitely with her physician. Not with her government.
My mom says, “Honey, this isn’t about reproductive rights. This isn’t about your health. It’s about control.
She told me, “Remember when I told you that you would be the first generation of women who would be defined by yourselves and not by who your daddy is or who you’re married to?”
So women better own up on this one, in every single state where we are being dragged into the past. You have a choice. Go to the ballot box