Why abort abortion—the Republicans' most galvanizing issue—when you can instead play whack-a-mole with reproduction rights?
Robin Marty talks with the Re-Birth Equity Alliance founder about the dearth of representation and intersectionality in the reproductive justice movement.
The Dems took back the House, but with the GOP Senate packing the courts, it's up to the newly elected Democrat governors to secure reproductive justice state by state.
Pharmacists with extremist religious views are refusing to fill prescriptions for safe, legal medication like Misoprostol, which helps ease complications from miscarriage—putting people’s lives at risk.
Ripping babies from mothers and putting them in cages, taking away birth control and social services like SNAP, and bombing abortion clinics doesn't sound very "pro-life." Or does it?
The goal of the administration isn't just to end Planned Parenthood; it's to completely change the country’s relationship to abortion and birth control.
If they want to flip Congress, Democrats must take a cue from the ferocious anti-abortion crusaders who helped Illinois Rep. Dan Lipinski win the primary, and amp up their ground game.
Today is the 45th anniversary of the embattled decision that gave physicians the right to perform an abortion—but what about the woman seeking one? To save abortion, it may be time to rewrite the law.
The administration threw every obstruction at the pregnant 17-year-old refugee in Texas from having an abortion, not on legal but "religious freedom" grounds. Next time they may not fail.
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.