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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.
Even if it flouts judicial norms in the process.
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.
The Office of Refugee Resettlement claims to be “de facto” parents to these pregnant minors, but it is claiming more rights than an actual parent would have.
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.
Texas Republicans' support for "conversion therapy" is at odds with a national trend that has seen lawmakers ban the harmful practice.