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  1. What if Roe v. Wade is Overturned?

    The tragic death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a stalwart defender of abortion rights, has left many women concerned about what might happen to their reproductive lives if Roe v. Wade, the court decision that enshrined abortion as a constitutional right, is overturned. While it’s true that abortion is under attack and women’s access to…

  2. Could Neil Gorsuch and the Supreme Court Kill Casual Sex?

    This week’s swearing-in of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has raised concerns among pro-choice activists. Any of the many state-level abortion restrictions could make their way to the Supreme Court. This, in turn, could spell the end of Roe vs. Wade. Gorsuch replaced a conservative justice. This means the technical balance of the Court hasn’t shifted….

  3. Republican Attorney General Says Tennessee Abortion Ban is ‘Constitutionally Suspect’

    A new Tennessee abortion ban bill prohibits abortion after 20 weeks. The bill, sponsored by Republican legislators, was roundly criticized by women’s rights groups. In testimony about the bill, one woman cried and called the bill “cruel.” Now, opponents of the bill are getting support from an unlikely source. Tennessee’s Republican attorney general, Herbert H. Slattery,…

  4. Is Sexism the Only Value the Trump Administration Holds Dear? Comments by Neil Gorsuch About Women Suggest the Answer is Yes

    Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was once vaunted as a fair, intelligent choice. That veneer is beginning to crack, thanks in part to the revelation that Gorsuch made sexist comments while teaching a law school class. It’s all part of the same trend in the Trump administration: contempt for women. Conservatives and liberals alike have…

  5. Four State-Level Abortion Restrictions That Could Go to the Supreme Court

    President Trump is a direct threat to abortion rights, particularly if he gets more than one Supreme Court nominee. An end to Roe vs. Wade would send abortion back to the states. Women’s access to abortions would then depend on geography. So will abortion make it to the Supreme Court? And will the wrong case…

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