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Advocates should try to redress Margaret Sanger’s birth control legacy, but few people talk about how grossly ableist she was.
HB 413 is the most restrictive bill that any state legislature has considered this year—and that's saying a lot.
Attorneys for the state seem to think that calling an abortion ban something other than a ban will somehow fool a court into letting it slide.
Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger can be condemned for many things, especially her virulent ableism and classism. But her goal was not to eliminate the Black population, regardless of what Thomas insinuates.
The Office of Refugee Resettlement claims to be “de facto” parents to these pregnant minors, but it is claiming more rights than an actual parent would have.
Justice Kennedy announced his retirement Wednesday, because he apparently doesn't care about his legacy.
This is par for the course in Robert DuPont's decades-long battle against cannabis—and with Attorney General Jeff Sessions at the helm of the Department of Justice, he's found a kindred spirit in his cause.
Here's an explanation of what the Department of Justice is asking the Supreme Court to do, and what it means moving forward.
The lawyer in the case says she was conceived in rape and is an "abortion survivor." But how about sticking to your client's defense—and not trying to rep the anti-choice movement?
No shame: A state senator whose business has been accused of workplace discrimination led the charge to defang a law that protects laborers from bias.
"She made room for future lawyers like me who seek to dedicate their legal career to work that lifts the metaphorical 'knee' off of the necks of the most vulnerable among us."