NARAL Pro-Choice America, a group that helped usher in legalized abortion on demand, appears to be imploding.
Last year, staffers accused NARAL president Ilyse Hogue and other leaders of racism, according to Fox News. Hogue later left the organization.
Now, The Huffington Post reports the pro-abortion group’s 11 state affiliates are upset after the national board of directors announced plans to take away some of their power.
According to the report: “HuffPost first heard about the issue from a spokesperson and a lawyer representing the interests of all 11 affiliates. They said they weren’t meaningfully included in the decision and are being pushed out of the network at a time when state issues are more important than ever.”