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And pretending it isn't puts the rights of pregnant people at risk.
Justice Clarence Thomas’ opinion is terrible, and not just because I rarely agree with anything he writes, says, or does. It’s terrible because it disregards Supreme Court precedent and contorts the law to fit his anti-choice objective.
You’re off your tether, Missouri, and you’re lumbering around knocking over telephone poles and stripping pregnant people of their human rights.
The panelists spent an hour comparing pregnant people to breeding animals and abortion to factory farming.
Nobody wants to see the Space Needle that badly.
But Sanders is throwing his weight behind a Nebraska candidate whose record on reproductive rights is as clear as the connection between abortion access and poverty.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's majority opinion in Gonzales helped usher in a new wave of anti-choice language that still resonates to this day.
The celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday often brings with it attempts to twist and pervert his legacy to score political points.
It’s important that we advocates respond to the false claim about "paying for other people’s abortions" thoughtfully, so that we don’t further normalize the idea that the government should be able to discriminate against poor women in the delivery of health-care services.
The Black Lives Matter movement has provided the perfect opportunity for anti-choice activists to demonstrate how truly grotesque they are and how little they care about or respect Black women.
“There is a reason why [Medicaid] was created and I think the intention of it is so much related to dignity and justice and how we care for those who at times are unable to care for themselves.”