While June Medical Services v. Russo didn’t result in more clinics having to close, people in the state still face daily tragedies trying to access abortion care.
SPECIAL REPORT: June Medical Services v. Russo
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"I was not asked a single question at the oral argument that I was not prepared to answer."
The chief justice of the Supreme Court helped deliver a win for abortion rights in June Medical Services v. Russo. Don't trust it.
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Attacks on reproductive freedom have the greatest effect on communities that already face significant barriers to accessing health care.
Chief Justice John Roberts was hospitalized following a fall last month. That we are just learning about that fact now is a serious problem.
On Monday the Supreme Court delivered a win for abortion rights. On Thursday they could roll that win right back.
The Women's Health Protection Act would protect abortion access from bans and burdensome restrictions.
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Supreme Court decision days have become another spectacle during the Trump years.
Efforts to make getting an abortion a pain in the ass continue unabated in states like Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
We get it, Mississippi. You are dying to gut abortion access.