It can seem incredibly hypocritical that the same administration that has launched a full-throated attack on access to abortion care is brutalizing pregnant migrants and letting babies die in detention centers. But, in fact, these policies are very much aligned.
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- For Trans Men Seeking Reproductive Health Care, ‘There Are Barriers Every Step of the Way’
- Presidential Candidates Need to Get Real and Get Specific With Black and Brown Voters
- Did Anti-Choice Groups Help Craft Trump’s Fetal Tissue Research Policy? Democrats Want an Answer.
New data found that public companies and trade associations gave roughly $25.9 million to the Republican State Leadership Committee in the 2018 election.
It's potentially simpler to communicate a policy of total student debt cancellation, but that simplicity comes at the cost of offloading the debt of a group of high-income, disproportionately white households.
Maine is among the states trying to shore up the right to abortion in advance of an expected U.S. Supreme Court challenge.
The Transgender Respect and Dignity Act, or SB 132, will allow all transgender people to be housed in accordance with their own perception of health and safety.
Anti-choice legislation in Louisiana ignores research illustrating the harm abortion restrictions have on people seeking care.