The legal attack on patients' right not to be harassed comes amid a spike in threats and violence against abortion providers.
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State Sen. Joseph Silk said his frustration with what he deemed Oklahoma’s “very liberal” leadership led him to run for Congress—even though the state’s legislature is dominated by Republicans.
Demonstrators outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday said they were fearful the justices would strip LGBTQ workers of basic rights.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) threw a wrench into Republicans' plans to funnel state funding to clinics that lie to pregnant people and don't provide a full range of reproductive health services.
The conservative wing of the Roberts Court appears ready to take a sledgehammer to LGBTQ rights—assuming they can keep Justice Neil Gorsuch on board.
Three weeks ago, Hurricane Dorian forced me to reckon with the reality of what it's like to access abortion in the midst of a disaster.