Every January 22, we celebrate the landmark Supreme Court decision. But come March 4, we may start to mourn—and get to work restoring abortion rights from the ground up.
Extreme anti-abortion legislation was red meat to power the base. But the GOP is now realizing that without abortion, they have little to drive their constituents to the polls.
The sexual health-care organization is not the only abortion provider—nor even the leading abortion provider. But if it cedes ground as the face of the movement, it loses donors. And for a nonprofit, that is never a good place to be.
GOP-led state legislatures are suppressing minority votes and taking away the right to a safe, legal abortion. In Georgia, the governor who stole his seat while Secretary of State is doing it in one sitting.
The choice of whether to have kids has never been more fraught, as parents today have no way to guarantee a habitable future for them.
There might have been a blue wave, but Ohio and Michigan GOP lawmakers are doing all that they can to obstruct abortion access before the close of the new year.
Where there is a sinister, oppressive will, Republicans will find a way.
Far-right conservatives want to keep students in the dark about sexual health. What could possibly go wrong?
The case should be about fair and easy access to legal abortion and truth in advertising. But CPC lawyers want to turn this into a fight for free speech—and that's bad news for abortion rights.
After all, why was birth control—and health insurance in general—ever in the hands of employers in the first place?