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Despite findings from the United States and Europe that show the positive mental health effects of gender-affirming care, a recent groundswell of state legislation has sought to curb access to gender-affirming health care for those who want it.

In a groundswell of revision, scientists are wrestling with this heritage.

The groundswell began early this year with the introduction of 253 bills proposing voting restrictions across 43 states as of mid-February, according to the nonpartisan Brennan Center for Justice.

The Bessemer fight, and Amazon organizing as a whole, reflect a new groundswell of interest in organizing among tech workers.

The groundswell of antitrust activity is continuing to intensify.

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Immediately, there was a national groundswell of voices calling for Arizona Governor Jan Brewer to veto the bill.

And away from sectarian conflict, a popular groundswell for the government to move aside has failed to materialize.

Another 20,000-plus people would join the groundswell over the coming week.

In the Senate, Democrats are counting on consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren to generate a populist groundswell.

There is no groundswell of opposition to ‘Don't Ask, Don't Tell’ coming from our military.

It would be dangerous now to keep quite close to the rocks, for a heavy groundswell had risen.

There has been no rain in the night, and no groundswell to produce any vibration.

The courage and the endurance women must possess to face a groundswell like this!

For it is the nature of a groundswell to be exceedingly deceptive.

All over the country the groundswell of unrest was steadily and rapidly rising.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to groundswell, such as: bloc, coalition, grassroots movement, and people's front.

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