"Under his leadership—if we can call it that—American women suffered while billionaires took their tax cuts to the bank.”
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Home from college for Easter, I had to go to church with my family—which I had feared doing ever since having an abortion.
The original two-layer, belted regalia worn to Pueblo ceremonies made it hard for me to feed my child and honor my ancestors. But armed with community feedback and ingenuity, we're literally redesigning it.
I can’t imagine a world where party leaders welcome candidates just as long as they pinky swear not to legislate based on their personal views.
Rhode Island does not have a law that makes abortion legal, meaning the medical procedure would become illegal in the state if the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade.
Wendy Vitter has endorsed anti-choice junk science and won't say if she supports Brown v. Board of Education. And she is probably going to become a federal judge.