Rewire News Group Staff
In Mason, Ohio, the city council is considering an ordinance outlawing abortion—with the help of a Texas anti-abortion group.
Since Texas SB 8 went into effect on September 1, abortion access has been in chaos for Texans—and for patients and providers in surrounding states.
After New Hampshire Republicans stripped funding from the state's affordable reproductive health-care clinics, Biden's new Title X policy offers a lifeline.
Until this year, only eight Black women had been confirmed as federal appellate judges. Since January, President Biden has nominated five more.
Wanting in on the abortion bounty action, a Florida Republican is the first state lawmaker to file a Texas SB 8 copycat bill.
"The rights of those who are seeking abortion services will always be protected here," said New York Gov. Kathy Hochul in response to the Texas ban.
Why did Kristi Noem sign an executive order prohibiting telemedicine abortion if South Dakota already prohibits telemedicine abortion? Political optics.
Five new laws will make legal abortion impossible to access in Oklahoma, unless a state court blocks them before November 1.
Republican Gov. Chris Sununu calls himself pro-choice, but he wasn't pro-choice enough to veto New Hampshire's first gestational abortion ban.
As Texas Republicans decry mask mandates as infringing on their bodily autonomy, they keep stripping pregnant people of the right to bodily autonomy.
The Fifth Circuit's decision to uphold a Texas ban on a common abortion method is a big deal.
Increasing SNAP benefits will help roughly 13 percent of LGBTQ adults who experience food insecurity—more than twice the rate of non-LGBTQ adults.
Abortion is incredibly safe, and so is telemedicine abortion. A federal judge in Indiana agreed.
Expect to see conservative lawmakers seizing another opportunity to make this public health crisis about “personal freedoms."
Reproductive rights advocates have been fighting for access to over-the-counter birth control for years. Illinois is the latest state to heed their call.
Gov. Edwards could have vetoed bills that force doctors to lie to their patients and make it harder for young people to safely get abortion care. He didn't.
Colorado expanded access to reproductive health care for survivors of sexual violence and undocumented immigrants.
A federal judge blocked an Indiana law that would force abortion providers to lie to patients about the bogus "abortion reversal" myth.
The "lawyers for fetuses" law was blocked by a district court in 2017. The courts are still fighting over it in 2021.
States enacted 90 abortion restrictions in the first six months of 2021, according to the Guttmacher Institute.
Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio signed a state budget that gives $6 million to anti-choice pregnancy centers and targets the state's abortion clinics.
The Boom! Lawyered co-hosts took a hammer to awful anti-choice legislation and quotes.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt spent this spring trying to make legal abortion effectively inaccessible in his state.
Imani Gandy joined the Yo, Is This Racist? co-hosts in a conversation on the long history of Asian and Black communities fighting against white supremacy.
In this Rewire News Group event, hear from folks on the front lines in Jackson, Mississippi, where the Supreme Court case has shone a spotlight.
The Equality Act would enshrine long-overdue federal protections for LGBTQ people.
"I didn't actually know that many other people who had abortions," Renee Bracey Sherman said in a conversation on the value of abortion storytelling.
Laws restricting abortion access have an economic cost, and that's part of the fight for reproductive justice and autonomy.
SB 8 would let any random anti-choicer sue abortion providers for damages—as if anti-choice advocates needed any more license to harass health-care workers.
Despite the majority of people supporting abortion, the topic is still described as a polarizing issue.
The 28 laws signed in under one week accounts for 46 percent of the abortion restrictions passed this year, according to a report.
As Black women with endo, even taking a trip to the doctor’s office can lead to emotional anguish. Medical professionals have laughed at our pain.
A study explored the concept of missed period pills, which “bring down” a period when it’s late and someone doesn’t want to be pregnant.
These leaders are working to dismantle barriers to abortion access in Argentina, Kenya, Mexico, and the Global South.
The Supreme Court ruling on Tuesday puts abortion patients’ health at risk.
The We'll Hear Arguments podcast takes you inside the Supreme Court during oral arguments.
In Episode 4 of our podcast We'll Hear Arguments, hosts Jessica Mason Pieklo and Imani Gandy discuss who has standing to sue in the first place.
Episode 3 of the five-part Rewire News Group podcast We'll Hear Arguments introduces a new player in the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade: the state.
Episode 2 of We'll Hear Arguments dives into the "balancing test" the Supreme Court used to answer this age-old question.
Season one of We'll Hear Arguments, a Rewire News Group podcast, brings to life the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade.
Amid the pandemic, the uncertainty, and a racial reckoning, we told stories from the perspectives of people who've been impacted the most.
When it comes to anal sex, most people think of penetration. But there's much more to it.
Cleaning your toys is just basic hygiene: It helps extend their life and protect your health.
Before you select a sex toy, here's everything you need to know, courtesy of sex educator Cassandra Corrado.
The Supreme Court justice had so many bad things to say in a recent speech we could only react in GIFs.
Consent is ongoing. Contrary to what you may have been told, it’s OK to change your mind and speak up about it.
In the latest episode of You Deserve Good Sex, sex educator Cassandra Corrado guides you through your journey of rediscovery.
Onerous abortion restrictions leave care out of reach for many, particularly in the Midwest.
It can be hard work, but it’s worth it because you deserve good sex.
Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation tips the bench to a 6-3 conservative majority.