Before the Trump administration separated migrant parents from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border, it was routine for the federal government to separate Native parents from their children.
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Attorney General Jeff Sessions would do well to leave biblical interpretation to religious scholars. Though we don't need formal training to have compassion.
Several states will wrap up their legislative sessions by the end of the month—but anti-choice lawmakers haven't given up quite yet on measures to restrict reproductive rights.
The centuries-old practice of giving birth at home, assisted by midwives, once common in rural areas, has become too costly and too complicated for some Appalachian families.
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Rewire.News recently spoke with Brigitte Amiri and Rochelle Garza about the SCOTUS ruling in Azar v. Garza, what permanent relief for migrants in ORR custody might look like, and the retaliation immigration lawyers face under the Trump administration.
The lawsuit filed Wednesday is the latest by advocates hoping to leverage a 2016 U.S. Supreme Court pro-choice win in states across the United States.