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Protest and demonstration look different for everyone, so planning for these moments in history must include disabled people. Our voices are important.
North Carolina lawmakers agreed on a state budget with no Medicaid expansion—but over $15 million in funding for deceptive anti-choice pregnancy centers.
Independent clinics provide three out of every five abortions in the United States every year, a new report by the Abortion Care Network found.
Academic freedom doesn't exist for North Dakota universities, at least when it comes to anything remotely related to abortion.
The Ohio bill would ban all abortion, using Texas-style vigilante lawsuits and an unscientific definition of when pregnancy begins.