The fate of unions will be decided by the Supreme Court. If they lose, fair wages, guaranteed health care, and general job safety are at risk for millions of workers.
The Lone Star state’s alarming new omnibus bill bans D&E, even in cases of sexual assault. If it's deemed "constitutional" by the conservative Fifth Circuit—then on we go to the Supreme Court.
How to reckon with the legacy of Norma McCorvey, who died on Saturday, the “Roe” in Roe v. Wade—the case that made abortion legal in the U.S.—and an eventual abortion opponent?
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SCOTUS may soon debate the stringent provider requirements opponents have long been fighting for. And the decision could make safely terminating a pregnancy all but impossible.
Anti-abortion advocates want to claim viability at 22 weeks—and we should let them. This is why.
The unanimous vote says zones infringe on protesters' First Amendment rights. Since when do those cover intimidation and harassment?
The Supreme Court Justice has a crafty history of ruling with his dissents. Not so with ‘Windsor v. United States.’ A legal scholar—and Obama’s former LGBT chief adviser—explains.