Letter: We should trust women to make their own health care decisions.

Erickson comments on abortion rights.

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Having known a great many intelligent and principled women in my lifetime, I’m confident that we can trust them to make their own decisions about their highly personal reproductive health.

Simply put, I don’t think that cadres of mostly old men, some of whom are clearly misogynists, whether they are on the Supreme Court, in Congress, or in any of the statehouses across the nation, should presume to make those decisions for them.

Allen Erickson lives in Winona, Minn.

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