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David Daleiden still exists, and he is still pretending that his attempts to smear Planned Parenthood were acts of investigative journalism.
Firing off some tweets, circulating petitions, giving speeches, and raising awareness about various issues is a perfectly admirable and safe endeavor. But if you really want to help LGBTQ people, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, and everyone who lives in the intersections of those identities, we need you to do more.
If successful, Ryan Magers' lawsuit could have devastating consequences for people of reproductive age in Alabama.
Missouri anti-choice legislators are still tripping all over themselves to make reproductive care impossible to access.
The case is part of a nationwide crusade by evangelical Christians to weaponize the First Amendment and religious freedom to defend anti-gay bigotry.
Even if it flouts judicial norms in the process.
Regulations that would undercut the birth control benefit are set to go into effect January 14—but not if a handful of states have anything to say about it in federal court this week.
When he was Kansas secretary of state, Kobach made disenfranchising voters central to his work. There’s little reason to believe his time at the DOJ would be any different.
If Roe v. Wade is overturned, Alabama is poised to criminalize abortion across the board—including in cases of rape, incest, or when the health of the pregnant person is at risk.
Untrained Georgia Election Officials Are Stripping People of Their Right to Vote Based on Their Signatures (Updated)
Watch out, John Hancock.
Anti-abortion activists routinely use words like “violation” and “fail” to describe minor deficiencies at abortion clinics, making some administrative errors look like gross violations of patient safety.