By Jessica Wick The subject of abortion is a complicated and controversial one. And while it will always elicit an emotional reaction, there seems to be a lot of misinformation circulating regarding the laws and procedure — in fact, many people have no idea what actually happens inside abortion clinics. Since the passing of Roe vs. Wade, […]
By Amy Everitt The appetite for attacking reproductive freedom seems to know no bounds. Just last month, the GOP Congress held a hearing on a bill to ban abortion before most women even know they’re pregnant. They snuck fetal “personhood” language into their tax reform bill, putting tax breaks for fetuses above women’s bodily autonomy. […]
By Megan Burbank On Monday morning, the Northwest Abortion Access Fund’s weekly budget is replenished, and a new hotline shift begins. This week, Jeanie Schauerman is one of two volunteers staffing the hotline, responding to callers throughout the Pacific Northwest who need help paying for their abortion procedures. Schauerman’s been doing this work for 12 […]
By Christine Grimaldi The Trump administration could soon prioritize millions of taxpayer dollars for anti-choice goals rather than providing evidence-based family planning, including contraception and cancer screenings, to a diverse, low-income population. Read more.
By Michael Wear Democrats ignored broad swaths of religious America in the 2016 election campaign and the nation has suffered because of it. Yet calls for a recommitment to faith outreach—particularly to white and other conservative or moderate religious voters—have been met in some corners of liberal punditry with a response as common as it […]