As young people, our fight against abortion bans and voter suppression are linked. We know the consequences of both will be felt for generations.
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What's at stake at the Supreme Court starts with abortion—and ends with voting rights, marriage equality, and so much more.
Being an abortion counselor has taught me the importance of having more candid conversations about abortion that center bodies and lived experiences.
What happens in Texas will almost certainly not stay in Texas. That's why our work to stop these attacks on abortion cannot stop at our state's borders.
The lawsuit seeks to permanently block Texas' extreme abortion ban from being enforced, including by private citizen "bounty hunters."
If you’re under 18, it's possible to access abortion in Texas, but thanks to the harmful laws and legal chaos, it's extremely difficult.