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By Zoe Beery When Brandy found out she was pregnant for the fifth time, she was 25 and single and had given birth to her third child two months earlier. Read more.
Rosie Jimenez Was The Hyde Amendment’s First Victim, Today Joe Biden Continues To Support The Anti-Abortion Bill
By Samantha Chavarria While the 2020 election is still more than a year away, this summer is giving us plenty of political action. As the Democratic hopefuls vie to make a name for themselves in an over-crowded race, we can already see which topics are heavily resonating with voters. Education and Universal Health Care are […]
By Meghan Keneally Activists and concerned citizens across the country have been paying close attention to the ongoing changes to abortion laws in Missouri and Illinois in recent weeks, but two people know the differences better than most. David Eisenberg and Erin King are married. They are both trained doctors and both perform abortions. And while they both live […]
By Ally Boguhn Pro-choice leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives introduced a budget amendment last week seeking to remove the Hyde Amendment from a funding bill and expand access to abortion coverage. Though it is unlikely to pass, reproductive health and rights advocates say its introduction is a victory. Read more.
By Mike DeBonis Former vice president Joe Biden’s sudden reversal on allowing taxpayer funding for abortions prompted an uproar in the presidential race. But on Capitol Hill, Democrats show little sign they are planning to upend a long but uneasy truce on the issue. But others are satisfied with a more-deliberate course. Destiny Lopez, co-director of All […]
By Chelsea Stewart Chances are, you’ve probably heard about the flurry of new limits on abortion being promoted in state legislatures around the country. In the past few weeks alone, several states such as Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri have introduced laws that ban all or most abortions, sometimes even in cases of rape or incest. […]
By Susan Milligan MARIAN LEVINE FAVORS abortion rights, and at 72 the D.C retiree has witnessed a time of no legal abortion, the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling legalizing abortion and a series of state laws regulating or restricting the procedure in the decades following. But only after Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a law this […]
By Emanuella Grinberg Alabama and Georgia recently passed some of the most restrictive abortion legislation in the country. But even before that, reproductive rights supporters say a web of laws and logistics already made it hard to get an abortion in those states. Read more.
By Janine Jackson CounterSpin interview with Jill Heaviside and Oriaku Njoku on reproductive rights assaults. Read more.
By Katelyn Burns On May 21, hundreds of people gathered on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) in Washington, D.C., to protest the recently passed abortion bans in Alabama, Georgia, and several other states, as part of the nationwide #StopTheBans rally. The folks in D.C. joined thousands of people taking part in more than 500 events in […]