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Abortion Rights

  1. the body politic
    Our Fury Over Abortion Was Dismissed for Decades As HystericalBut we were gaslit.
  2. new york
    Buy Pastries, Support Abortion RightsOn May 19, Café Altro Paradiso will host its third-annual bake sale benefiting Planned Parenthood NYC.
  3. so you want to be president
    Elizabeth Warren Has a Plan to Save Abortion RightsAmid state attacks on Roe, Warren unveiled a comprehensive strategy for expanding reproductive rights.
  4. abortion rights
    The Assault on Abortion Rights Is Tyranny of the MinorityMost GOP voters want Roe v. Wade upheld. And banning abortion in all circumstances is opposed by a majority of voters in every U.S. state.
  5. how to help
    Here’s How You Can Become an Abortion-Clinic EscortA tangible step you can take to defend reproductive rights.
  6. abortion rights
    Abortion Is Under Attack. Misinformation Isn’t Helping.Abortion is still legal in every state. It’s crucial women know that.
  7. abortion rights
    What You Can Do to Help Women in States With Extreme Abortion BansWhere to give and volunteer.
  8. abortion rights
    Alabama’s Extreme Abortion Ban Has Been Signed into LawBut it will face legal challenges before it can take effect.
  9. abortion rights
    Alabama’s Governor Has a Terrible Record on AbortionAlabama’s extreme abortion ban is in the hands of a politician who’s proven herself anti-abortion.
  10. abortion rights
    The Most Important Things to Know About Alabama’s Abortion BanThe bill is explicitly meant to challenge Roe v. Wade.
  11. abortion rights
    We Have No Idea How Scary Our Abortion Future Will GetSo-called heartbeat bills should be swatted away by the Supreme Court. But will they?
  12. abortion rights
    Alabama House Overwhelmingly Passes Bill That Would Make Abortion a FelonyIn the latest draconian attack on reproductive rights in the South.
  13. abortion
    Unplanned Is a Movie That Could Get Someone KilledThere’s a dangerous call to action lurking in the anti-abortion film’s narrative.
  14. abortion rights
    Texas Lawmakers Want to Make Abortion Punishable by DeathA proposed bill would allow the state to convict women who receive abortions with homicide, which carries with it a possible death penalty.
  15. reproductive rights
    Georgia’s 6-Week Abortion Ban Is Even More Terrifying Than It SeemsGovernor Brian Kemp is expected to sign it into law soon.
  16. abortion rights
    These Stars Won’t Film in Georgia without a Fight If the Abortion Ban Passes“We cannot in good conscience continue to recommend our industry remain in Georgia if H.B. 481 becomes law.”
  17. power
    Arkansas and Utah Have Passed 18-Week Abortion BansIf they’re signed into law, they could become the strictest anti-abortion laws in the country.
  18. culture
    Would You Wear a ‘Thank God for Abortion’ T-Shirt?Artist Viva Ruiz has made a feminist slogan tee that actually feels daring.
  19. lawsuits
    A Man Is Suing an Abortion Clinic on Behalf of a FetusAn Alabama court recognized the aborted fetus as a “person” with legal rights.
  20. abortion rights
    11-Year-Old Rape Victim Given C-Section After Being Denied AbortionOne of the doctors who performed the C-section says she “almost became sick” when she first saw the girl.
  21. supreme court
    Brett Kavanaugh Knows Exactly What He’s DoingUnpacking his duplicitous dissent in the Louisiana abortion ruling.
  22. abortion rights
    Whose ‘Womb’ Is This Anyway?Donald Trump speaks about abortion as though women have nothing to do with it.
  23. abortion rights
    A False War Over Late AbortionThe hypocrisy of Republican outrage over Kathy Tran’s bill.
  24. abortion rights
    Maybe the Only Way to Know What’s Wrong With Abortion in America Is to Have OneExperience showed me how much I didn’t know.
  25. reproductive rights
    New York Has Finally Updated Its Archaic Abortion LawThe law, which the state Senate’s GOP majority blocked for years, takes abortion out of the criminal code and allows some abortions after 24 weeks.
  26. abortion rights
    Anti-Choice March for Life Attempts Pivot to ScienceUnsurprisingly, it didn’t go too well.
  27. reproductive rights
    Judge Strikes Down Mississippi’s Awful Abortion Ban, Calls It ‘Pure Gaslighting’He called the 15-week ban “clearly unconstitutional” in a blistering opinion.
  28. 2018 midterms
    What the Election Results Mean for Abortion in AmericaAfter the midterms, our rights are more at risk than ever.
  29. 2018 midterms
    This Vote Is About AbortionMake no mistake, your right to choose is at stake.
  30. abortion rights
    What New Yorkers Don’t Know About RoeA pop-up explains how New York is not as progressive as you’d think on abortion — and the upcoming election is a chance to change that.
  31. ireland
    Ireland Will Offer Abortions for Free, Official SaysHealth Minister Simon Harris says he doesn’t “want cost to be a barrier.”
  32. the kavanaugh hearings
    One of Kamala Harris’s Abortion Questions Left Kavanaugh SpeechlessThe whole room when silent when Kamala Harris finished speaking.
  33. supreme court
    Kavanaugh Thinks Roe v. Wade Is ‘Settled Law.’ That Doesn’t Mean It’s Safe.Kavanaugh echoes John Roberts’s assurance that he acknowledges precedents protecting abortion rights. But precedents have been and will be overturned.
  34. everybody hates brett
    Only 28 Percent of Women Want Kavanaugh to Be a Supreme Court JusticeA new CNN poll confirms that most women across party lines don’t like Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
  35. abortion rights
    Woman Dies From DIY Abortion a Week After Argentina’s Abortion VoteLast week, the Argentine Senate rejected a bill that would have legalized abortion. This week, a mother of two died following an illegal procedure.
  36. aborto legal ya
    Women Around the World Protest With Argentina Ahead of Historic Abortion VoteProtestors took to the street in Dublin, Rio de Janeiro, and more.
  37. abortion
    Even Most Republicans Support Roe v. Wade52 percent of Republicans do not think the landmark decision should be overturned.
  38. supreme court
    Senator Collins Says Pick of an Anti-Abortion Justice Would ‘Not Be Acceptable’The Republican senator from Maine doesn’t want to see a judge with an “activist agenda.”
  39. scotus
    This Is How Hostile Trump’s Potential SCOTUS Picks Are to Abortion, LGBTQ RightsOne called Roe v. Wade the “worst abomination in the history of constitutional law.”
  40. abortion rights
    Everything You Need to Know About Argentina’s Major Abortion VoteWill abortion soon be legal in Argentina?
  41. supreme court
    Arkansas Becomes the First State to Effectively Ban Medication AbortionThis Supreme Court decision could also leave Arkansas with just one abortion-providing clinic.
  42. ireland abortion referendum
    Behind the Push to Name Ireland’s Abortion Legislation ‘Savita’s Law’“We have one last request, that the new law, that it is called ‘Savita’s law.’”
  43. women's rights
    Ireland Votes Overwhelmingly to Legalize AbortionOne of the world’s most restrictive abortion bans is no more, following a landslide vote for repeal in Ireland.
  44. abortion rights
    Irish Exit Poll Projects Abortion Ban RepealBy a landslide.
  45. abortion rights
    Woman Who Firebombed Abortion Clinics Released From PrisonRachelle “Shelley” Shannon also shot an abortion doctor.
  46. art under trump
    How a Prominent Anti-Abortion Activist Decorates His OfficeHere’s one idea: a painting of Donald Trump and a Bible.
  47. abortion rights
    Everything to Know About Ireland’s Historic Abortion ReferendumOn Friday, citizens will be voting at long last on whether to repeal their country’s ultrarestrictive abortion law.
  48. abortion rights
    How Worried Should We Be About the Nation’s Strictest Abortion Law?Unpacking the Iowa heartbeat bill.
  49. abortion rights
    Iowa’s Governor Just Signed the Nation’s Most Restrictive Abortion BillMost abortions are banned if a fetal heartbeat is detected.
  50. abortion rights
    Iowa Lawmakers Are Trying to Pass the Strictest Abortion Ban in the NationThe bill now goes to Republican Governor Kim Reynolds.
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