Fifty percent of low-income students of color are forced to wear pads and tampons beyond recommended use, according to the lawmakers.
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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.
“Even if there were no risk of a criminal prosecution, state authorities might still take steps to take away the licenses of doctors to practice medicine."