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Special Report: Election 2020
With so much at stake, this election feels like no other in our lifetime. Rewire News Group will be with you every step of the way with reporting, commentary, and analysis that examine what the results mean for our rights.
President-elect Joe Biden could tackle Trump's harmful reproductive health-care policies on his first day on the job.
Disability rights have traditionally been considered a bipartisan issue. Swift and significant action will undo the damage of the last four years.
Men sermonizing on possible political outcomes from the perch of their cable TV ivory towers are ill-equipped to cover abortion in any respect.
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Volunteers providing support, snacks, and water at the polls—to both people in line to vote and those passing by—have been met with opposition.
Dentists and dermatologists don't specialize in reproductive health—but they've come out against Prop 115, which would ban most abortions after 22 weeks.
Canadians who travel to the United States for abortion care will be deeply impacted by Colorado's Proposition 115.
Voters will choose between a pro-choice Democrat and a Republican candidate ready to defend anti-choice laws.
The legislation that helps victims—the Violence Against Women Act—remains in limbo after it expired in 2018. The election could change that.
Besides the two big abortion measures in Louisiana and Colorado, we're also tracking these important ballot initiatives.
Proposition 115 would ban abortions after 22 weeks except when the pregnant person’s life is immediately threatened.