By Madison Feller As the dust settles on the 2018 midterm elections, it can be easy to focus on the negatives—the seats not flipped, the races not won. And some of that is extremely important: On Tuesday, both Alabama and West Virginia voted to enact legislation that restricts access to abortion. In Alabama, voters approved an amendment […]
- The Huffington Post
By Mariana Fang Voters in Oregon rejected a highly contested constitutional amendment that would have banned state funds from being used for most abortions, thwarting what would have been a sharp turn for a state with largely progressive policies on reproductive rights. Read more.
- The Epoch Times
By Holly Kellum The states of West Virginia, Oregon, and Alabama all have measures on their ballots this year related to funding of abortion with taxpayer dollars. None of the measures would prohibit women from having an abortion, which is protected by Roe v. Wade; if passed, the initiatives would exempt taxpayers from paying for […]
By Frida Garza We are just four days out from Election Day and abortion rights are on the ballot again. (Really, when are abortion rights not on the ballot? I honestly can’t remember.) This time around, three states have ballot measures related to abortion access: Alabama, Oregon, and West Virginia. Read more.
By Jessica González-Rojas The midterm elections already promise to be historic, with more women of color stepping up to run for office than ever before and long lines at early voting locations that often have low turnout, like Texas. At the halfway point of the Trump presidency, voters are recognizing how much is at stake in […]
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