Stein is pro-choice and is opposed to the Hyde Amendment, which bars the use of certain federal funds to pay for abortion except in cases of incest, rape or to save the life of the mother.
CENK UYGUR: So you’re saying not necessarily on women’s rights issues but on all these other issues that affect women and perhaps some disproportionately she’s (Hillary Clinton) not been as strong a candidate as you would hope for, a progressive would hope for?
Jill STEIN: Not only not as strong as but I think actually representing the opposite point of view. It’s been very harmful to the cause of women and children. And even on the right to choose, the Hyde Amendment still exists and gets re-authorized and prevents poor women in many states from having the right to choose.