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If the U.S. Supreme Court decides abortion providers no longer can sue on their patients' behalf, anti-choice state lawmakers will have won a huge victory.
The pre-filed bill would force a conversation in South Carolina—and hopefully nationwide—about whether anti-choice lawmakers who fancy themselves “pro-life” are actually that.
HB 413 is the most restrictive bill that any state legislature has considered this year—and that's saying a lot.
Attorneys for the state seem to think that calling an abortion ban something other than a ban will somehow fool a court into letting it slide.
The notion that medication abortion can be reversed has been gathering steam over the last several years, even though there is not a shred of scientific evidence to suggest that abortion reversal is possible.
Gov. Matt Bevin has enacted a series of increasingly ridiculous requirements to try and decimate abortion access in the state.
The administration's new "public charge" rule allows immigration officials to deny green cards to immigrants because they utilize government public assistance programs like food stamps, housing vouchers, or Medicaid—or simply because they are poor.
In February, FDA agents showed up at Ursula Wing’s door with an arrest warrant and seized her computer and phones, her daughter’s iPad, boxes of medication abortion pills, and a dozen packages that she was set to mail.
North Dakota is one step closer to ensuring that these Native American voters will never be able to vote.
The lawsuit highlights how the attacks on abortion rights in Georgia will hit Black women the hardest.
Progressive organizations are pressuring Republican leaders to pause judicial nominations, while signs suggest Republicans intend to double down on stacking the judiciary with Trump judges.