A conservative-majority Supreme Court is more than just a nightmare scenario for abortion rights; with increasing pressure from "Personhood" pro-lifers, Republicans are planning on it.
Republicans knew they didn't have the votes to pass the "Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act." But yesterday's vote was all about grandstanding for the midterms, taking nasty to a new level.
The Trump administration is going full-on Handmaid’s Tale dystopia. But the writer has an idea for revolt that might just enrage the Right and boost morale on the Left.
With their horrendous Graham-Cassidy bill DOA, Republicans are breathing new life into an old anti-abortion bill. And this time, they may just be able to come through, to the detriment of us all.
In late November, repro-rights groups filed new aggressive lawsuits in Alaska, Missouri, and North Carolina, setting the stage for positive SCOTUS rulings—while we still can.
Last week's ruling in the Lone Star state has made it nearly impossible to safely end a pregnancy. And its devastating effects will extend far beyond state borders—in every direction.
The writer was devastated when she suffered a stillbirth after 21 weeks. But it made her realize that the decision to end a pregnancy belongs only to the woman carrying a child.
This week, Congress is poised to pass a tweaked "Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act," with new language that appeases all GOP’ers. And signals very disturbing news for rape survivors.