Despite Mississippi having one of the highest mortality rates for both birthing people and infants, officials are painting a reality that doesn't exist.
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While Monday's oral arguments before the Supreme Court had promising moments, abortion providers stressed it does little for the reality in Texas.
National Advocates for Pregnant Women painted a grim picture of pregnant people increasingly being prosecuted around the country for a miscarriage.
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Potential superspreader events like fraternity parties and a return to in-person classes put chronically ill and disabled college students more at risk.
One state rep said regressive right-wing Republicans are influencing the state, and thus, abortion rights: "Republicans in Montana weren’t that extreme."