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Thursday February 2nd

Word on the Street: What is the future for women's health care?

Since President Donald Trump was elected, women across the country have marched for their rights, questioning what will happen to their health care. The Daily Tar Heel asked people how they feel about the future of women’s health issues during Trump’s presidency.

Cymry Sydow

Chapel Hill

"It doesn't really make me nervous because I'm covered by military insurance and I've never really been denied anything because I'm a female before."


Cory Spencer

UNC sophomore

“I’d say I am definitely concerned about women’s health in the country.”



Brandon Jacobs

Chapel Hill

"I think there's going to be a lot of pandemonium about women's health these coming years."


Melisa Soland

Mebane

"I probably don't feel very good about women's health because we have a president who doesn't treat women as equals."


Diandra Dwyer

UNC junior

"A lot of issues resolved for women's health could be possibly diminished by a leader who doesn't place a lot of value on women's health care."


Keegan Hines

UNC junior

"Given the current political climate...I'm not optimistic about the future of women's health."

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