Reproductive Rights

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Four years after the first march, smaller crowds still showed up in major cities with signs focused on progressive issues.
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The Democratic Attorneys General Association announced the new litmus test for Democratic candidates on Monday.
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A Louisiana law rests on the claim that abortion is unsafe. In reality, the common procedure is less dangerous than getting your wisdom teeth removed.
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A reverend at a South Carolina church allegedly refused to serve the former vice president Holy Communion.
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The proposed bill, which criminalizes abortion at the moment cardiac activity can be detected, is expected to head to the Senate floor.
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The ad for athletic clothing maker Dhvani is intended to be a harsh comment on Trump's crackdown on reproductive rights, according to the CEO.
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More than half of the 12 presidential contenders shared their plan on how to protect reproductive rights in the face of state anti-abortion legislation.
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“People need to keep their hands off of women’s bodies and let women make the decisions about their lives," Harris said at the Democratic presidential debate.
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The House speaker and Hillary Clinton both made powerful addresses at the NARAL Pro-Choice America 50th anniversary dinner.
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After President Donald Trump's administration put restrictions on Title X money, Planned Parenthood decided to stop taking the funding.
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Rewire.News, a nonprofit media outlet dedicated to reproductive health and justice, laid off five employees this week.
Women
The state's abortion law, set to take effect Aug. 28, makes it illegal for women to have an abortion eight weeks into a pregnancy.
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A groundbreaking study is underway that could change how U.S. patients access abortion.
Videos
For Dese’Rae and Fel, becoming parents came with unexpected complications, including the financial burden of getting pregnant using donated genetic materials, constant questioning of their children’s parentage, and ultimately, a degrading adoption process. Now, they and their two kids hope to inspire the legal changes needed to help all families using donated genetic material.
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The Washington governor bragged about his work protecting reproductive rights during the first 2020 Democratic presidential debate. It didn't go so well.
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The 2020 presidential candidate gave a more inclusive answer to a question on reproductive rights on the first night of the Democratic debates.
Lynn Rosenthal, first-ever adviser on violence against women, reflects on her long career fighting for women’s rights.
Women
The Democratic congresswoman said she had to make a "heartbreaking decision" in an op-ed for The New York Times.
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An old interview unearthed by CNN highlights the presidential hopeful's shaky record on reproductive rights.
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“In a time when too many states across the nation are taking a step backward, Illinois is taking a giant step forward for women’s health,” he said.