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Roe V. Wade

  1. 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.
  2. roe v. wade
    Americans Want SCOTUS to Leave Roe v. Wade AloneA new poll from Axios shows that’s true even for rural voters and “Never Hillary” independents.
  3. 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.
  4. roe v. wade
    11 Essential Stories on AbortionWhat access to reproductive care looked like before Roe v. Wade, what it’s like now, and what it’s in danger of becoming again.
  5. power
    There Is a Kind of Feminist Revolution Happening Right Now in AppalachiaAmong the radicals of Western Pennsylvania.
  6. abortion
    Even Most Republicans Support Roe v. Wade52 percent of Republicans do not think the landmark decision should be overturned.
  7. behind the scenes
    The Pro-Life ‘Roe v. Wade’ Movie Sounds Like a Total DisasterThe film features scenes with “buckets of baby fetuses” and cameos by Tomi Lahren and Milo Yiannopolous.
  8. scotus
    Brett Kavanaugh Poses a Serious Threat to Reproductive RightsDonald Trump announced his SCOTUS pick on Monday evening.
  9. roe v. wade
    Tomi Lahren, Milo Yiannopoulos Have Cameos in Secret Roe v. Wade MovieSo this movie just keeps on going.
  10. roe v. wade
    Women Are Sending Coat Hangers to Senator Susan CollinsThey want to make sure she takes Roe v. Wade into account when voting to appoint a new Supreme Court justice.
  11. 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.”
  12. roe v. wade
    Anti-Abortion Groups Are Just Thrilled About Justice Kennedy’s Retirement“If there were ever a time to believe that we will abolish abortion in our lifetime, it is right now.”
  13. reproductive rights
    What Justice Kennedy’s Retirement Means for Abortion RightsRoe v. Wade is at risk.
  14. goodbyes
    Anthony Kennedy Retires From Supreme CourtGet ready for the mother of all confirmation battles.
  15. A Red State Finally Rejects an Abortion BanIn South Carolina a Democratic legislator mockingly asks Republicans to pass a total abortion ban they know to be unconstitutional. They nearly did.
  16. roe v. wade
    Your Reproductive Rights Reading List for the 45th Anniversary of Roe v. WadeTen of the Cut’s best stories about abortion and its history.
  17. politics
    Why Anti-Abortion Activists Are Obsessed With Late-Term Abortion BansTuesday’s bill won’t pass the Senate. But that’s not the point.
  18. abortion
    The Many Stealth Questions About Abortion in Neil Gorsuch’s Confirmation HearingIn addition to being grilled on Roe v. Wade, Trump’s SCOTUS nominee fields queries on “litmus tests,” the weight of precedent, and more.
  19. reproductive rights
    New Research Shows How Poor Women Are Effectively Banned From Getting AbortionsAn exclusive report from the National Network of Abortion Funds.
  20. reproductive rights
    Norma McCorvey, Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade, Dies at Age 69McCorvey was the plaintiff in the landmark case that made abortion a constitutional right.
  21. abortion rights
    Cuomo Wants to Make Roe v. Wade Part of New York’s State Constitution“As Washington seeks to limit women’s rights, we seek to protect them.”
  22. Here’s What Will Happen if Roe v. Wade Is OverturnedMore than 37 million women will be affected.
  23. How Difficult Is It to Get an Abortion in Your State?Don’t assume you know your rights.
  24. from the archives
    The Year New York Almost Lost the Right to ChoosePolitics and service journalism from the early era of legal abortion.
  25. reproductive rights
    The U.S. Abortion Rate Is the Lowest Since Roe v. WadeA new study from the Guttmacher Institute shows a decline in abortions.
  26. timeline
    Timeline: The 200-Year Fight for Abortion AccessWe tend to take reproductive rights for granted, but from a historical ­perspective, they were won almost yesterday.
  27. abortion
    A New Bill Introduced in Congress Would Constitute a Total Abortion BanRepresentative Steve King brought forward a new fetal “heartbeat bill.”
  28. cut cover story
    Warning: Abortion’s Deadly DIY Past Could Soon Become Its FutureAnd overturning Roe might not even be the endgame.
  29. A Huge Percentage of Americans Oppose Overturning Roe v. WadeA new report finds most Americans want Roe upheld.
  30. abortion rights
    Ohio Legislature Approves Ultrastrict ‘Heartbeat Bill’ on AbortionThe bill would restrict abortions at the first sign of a fetal heartbeat, typically around six weeks into a pregnancy.
  31. abortion
    4 Women on Having Abortions Before They Were Legal“I just remember thinking, I’m going to get through this.”
  32. The Lawyer Who Argued Roe v. Wade on What It Was Like When Abortion Was IllegalDr. Sarah Weddington chats with the Cut about reproductive rights.
  33. Could a Trump Administration Overturn Roe v. Wade?Trump poses a serious risk to women’s reproductive rights.
  34. abortion rights
    Donald Trump Hints at the Future of Abortion in AmericaTrump tells 60 Minutes he’s “pro-life” and wants state-by-state laws.
  35. abortion rights
    Mike Pence Says Roe v. Wade Will Be Overturned If Trump Is ElectedOr, as he put it, “consigned to the ash heap of history.” 
  36. video
    Watch Mark Ruffalo Talk About Abortion RightsA 41st birthday message.
  37. pro-lifers
    ‘I Am a Feminist Because Jesus Made Me One’Meet the pro-lifers who call themselves “Jesus feminists.”
  38. happy birthday
    This Is 40: Checking Up on Roe v. WadeThe post-“pro-choice” abortion rights movement.
  39. roe v. wade
    Fifteen Women (and a Few Men) on AbortingRelief, regret, and everything in between — or nothing at all.
  40. the war on women
    Charmaine Yoest to Take Down Roe v. Wade State by StateAnd she’s implicated Dr. Seuss.