Special Report: The End of ‘Roe v. Wade’
The Supreme Court has overturned the fundamental constitutional right to abortion. This is how we got here.
Rewire News Group has been on the ground outside the Supreme Court to capture this pivotal moment in history.
Last Friday was much worse than the day before, and this week has been worse still. But it isn’t an end point.
As people who have abortions, we will always show up for one another. We are often all we've got.
The Alito Court knew that almost two dozen states were champing at the bit to enact abortion bans. They also knew what the impact would be.
Being prepared for this moment didn't make the overturning of the right to abortion any easier. But we'll build something better than Roe.
Alabama has long lived in a post-Roe world. Now, abortion care workers reckon with how much worse it could get.
Jess and Imani break down the executive order President Biden issued two weeks after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
Knowing this day would come doesn't make the reality any easier to process.
Trans and nonbinary folks already have a hard time accessing abortion care. Overturning Roe v. Wade will make it much worse.
Overturning Roe v. Wade could force minors to become mothers before they get their driver's licenses. We can't let it happen.
"Hold women harmless" means nothing when the incarceration of women is the natural result of the fetus-first policies anti-abortion activists champion.
From working to enshrine abortion rights into the state constitution and become a "sanctuary" for access, California is becoming a blueprint for other states.
And what does it have to do with abortion?