Explore The ABLC Topics
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 religious right continues to wield religion as a weapon against your rights guaranteed under the ACA to preventive health care without a co-pay, including birth control.
Regulations that would undercut the birth control benefit are set to go into effect January 14—but not if a handful of states have anything to say about it in federal court this week.
Wednesday marked the third day of Judge Neil Gorsuch's U.S. Supreme Court confirmation hearings in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Rewire's Vice President of Law and the Courts Jessica Mason Pieklo has been monitoring the scene.
The eight Court justices will likely issue a ruling on the challenge to the Affordable Care Act's birth control benefit in June of this year. In the meantime, however, please enjoy my tweet-by-tweet breakdown of Wednesday's oral arguments.
Of course voting for Ted Cruz is not abortion-inducing. Neither is eating chocolate chip cookies or binge-watching television shows. But one thing is true: Cruz's policies would spell disaster for women.
In which Hobby Lobby CEO urges oppressed Christian-Americans everywhere to fight the power.
In which I attempt to explain the birth control benefit and the related shenanigans in GIFs.
For abortion providers accustomed to violent protesters who believe the rule of law does not apply to them, what happened Wednesday was eerily familiar.