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Future of Washington Women’s Health murky in the Age of Trump

By Lynsi Burton  Sharon Thielman spent last Saturday morning with her family — on the picket lines in Kent.She and her aunt, daughter and daughter-in-law went to the Kent offices of Planned Parenthood to join hundreds who gathered in support of the clinic at a time when the organization’s federal funding is under attack by […]

If Trump Gets His Way, These Will Be the First Places to Ban Abortion

They have “trigger” laws ready if Roe is overturned.  By HANNAH LEVINTOVA Like many Democrats, State Rep. Sara Feigenholtz, who is now in her 12th term representing Illinois’ 12th district, didn’t expect Donald Trump to win the presidency. But on November 9, Feigenholtz, a longtime champion of women’s health measures in the General Assembly, realized that […]

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Six Things You Can Learn From A Woman Who Has Fought For Abortion Rights For 18 Years

By MORGAN BRINLEE Abortion has long been a controversial topic, so it might be no surprise women are still fighting for bodily autonomy and reproductive rights 44 years after the Supreme Court recognized a woman’s right to abortion. But while Roe v. Wade has faced a slew of challenges since 1973, this year feels like a […]

How These States Are Fighting For Reproductive Rights

 By KIMBERLY TRUONG If you’ve been keeping an eye on news regarding women’s reproductive rights, you’ve probably noticed that things are looking relativelybleak. But the battle is far from over. As some states have become emboldened to attempt to restrictreproductivehealthcare access, Oregon and Illinois have stepped forward to propose legislation to expand care for all. Read […]