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Less than four months after helping keep Louisiana abortion clinics open, John Roberts could be the reason clinics in Kentucky are forced to close.
Pregnant people can get abortion pills at the pharmacy. Alito wants to make it impossible for them to do that.
On the first day of the new term, conservative Justices Thomas and Alito practically begged for a case to strike down LGBTQ marriage rights.
They can repeal the decades-long ban on Medicaid covering abortions.
Despite her white feminist impulse—and I defy anyone to find a white feminist who has not given into their worst white feminist impulses—Ruth Bader Ginsburg was rather forward-thinking.
Advocates should try to redress Margaret Sanger’s birth control legacy, but few people talk about how grossly ableist she was.
The six-week ban is a wall against which lawmakers have been bashing their heads incessantly in the hopes that it will crumble. And it might.
Nuns like the Little Sisters of the Poor have spent the past few years using their religion as a weapon to help a corrupt administration.
The chief justice of the Supreme Court helped deliver a win for abortion rights in June Medical Services v. Russo. Don't trust it.
Efforts to make getting an abortion a pain in the ass continue unabated in states like Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding four straight days of hearings for the Supreme Court nominee.