The surprise defeat of a ballot measure may hold lessons for November and abortion access in other states.
The defeat of an anti-abortion ballot measure could buoy Democratic hopes for an outraged electorate this fall.
My pregnancies could have killed me, but at least I chose them.
Tuesday’s statewide referendum will give Democrats an early hint of just how much the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision will motivate their base this fall.
The absence of these exemptions is a sign of the anti-abortion-rights movement’s distrust of women and the medical establishment.
The judiciary is supposed to be informed by historical memory, and guided by more than its members’ whims.
By making a false comparison, GOP apparatchiks hope to cushion the political fallout of Roe’s demise.
Senate Democrats should take their cues from the House.
The Supreme Court’s right-wing justices claim to be originalists, but then they pick and choose the history that fits their ideological preferences.
It’s become clear that the anti-abortion movement won’t sit idly by while states enact the abortion policies their residents want.
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Some district attorneys in conservative states have promised not to bring charges post-Dobbs.
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The pro-life movement is now focused on three major strategies at the state level.
It’s time the pro-life movement chose life.
Conservatives think they are righting a historical wrong, but the two decisions represent entirely different approaches to the law.
Doctors who have spent their careers promoting vasectomies are finding themselves thrust into the spotlight.
Nine readers on the constitutional amendment they would—or would not—write.
In a new comedy, Emma Thompson plays a woman who finally sees her body, the actor says, “as her home.” Her victory, in a post-Roe world, takes on the dimensions of tragedy.