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Letting Mississippi's 15-week ban take effect—and undoing decades of precedent that permits the constitutional right to an abortion—is not a compromise.
Sonia Sotomayor has staked out a position on the Court as defender of the people—people of color, especially—in her fiery dissents.
Ending abortion won't be enough for the anti-abortion movement. They'll want fertilized eggs, embryos, and blastocysts to have full constitutional rights.
To defend an indefensible abortion ban, Mississippi’s lawyers presented bizarre and disingenuous arguments to the Supreme Court.
All of the rights we consider normal are based on the 14th Amendment. Conservative Christian evangelicals have their sights on dismantling all of that.
The fight for fundamental rights cannot be siloed. Black organizers understood that in 2011 but were ignored—this time, we must listen to them.
A Dallas attorney is suing Texas Right to Life to stop it from filing future lawsuits against her. It's an unusual move, but SB 8 is an unusual law.
Through SB 8, Texas has deputized anyone to be an Abortion Enforcer. And the chilling effect is real.
The more Justice Stephen Breyer lingers around on the Supreme Court, the more goodwill he'll burn. Why not go out on a high note?
Don't mock Marjorie Taylor Greene and others for pretending birth control is an abortifacient. They're just repeating the lie until it becomes the truth.
Independent clinics provide three out of every five abortions in the United States every year, a new report by the Abortion Care Network found.