"The reality is that our criminal justice system, the laws and consequences, are just as broken as the immigration system."
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Complete strangers think it's their job to question my choice. And, frankly, I'm bitter about that.
And we need to talk about it if we're going to truly advocate for reproductive choice, argues a book by sociologist Orna Donath.
A number of factors combined into a potent political force resulting in the bill that is now headed to Gov. Gina Raimondo’s desk.
McLaughlin v. McLaughlin dealt with whether the female spouse of a woman who gave birth via artificial insemination can be presumed to be the legal parent of that child.
"The government is basically trying to argue that undocumented immigrants have zero rights, including the right to abortion."