Nina Turner, Ohio State Senator, Wears GOP Acronym T-Shirt: 'Get Out Of My Panties'
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While Republican lawmakers across the country work to redefine abortion access, Ohio’s state senator Nina Turner has decided to redefine their party’s acronym. She showed up at a Planned Parenthood press conference at the state house today wearing a shirt that said, simply, “GOP: Get Out of my Panties.”
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