Disabled people’s bodies have been policed even when abortion has been a right. In a post-Roe world, we must protect their abortion rights, too.
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In a post-Roe world, anti-abortion lawmakers will seek to give fetuses the same legal rights as pregnant people.
The moment we've warned about is here—a leaked opinion draft, first reported by Politico, shows the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade.
This is a love letter to my colleagues in Ohio and others who make abortion care possible, despite the threat of violence and the reversal of Roe v. Wade.
HB 989 could be a test case to undermine the judicial bypass in Louisiana—and set up the next big abortion rights fight at the Supreme Court.
We're witnessing SB 8's interference with one of the core tenets of medical practice: Act in the patient's best interest.