Coronavirus has upended the intimate work of Socorristas en Red, a collective of volunteers who help women get abortions. But it hasn't changed their ultimate goal: a dramatic cultural shift in how Argentina treats women seeking to end their pregnancies.
Thousands of Americans sought out pills to end pregnancies in the first few weeks of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I did everything that I could, according to what was required of me,” Scott Lloyd told VICE News.
June Medical Services v. Russo is the first major test for abortion rights since conservative Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch joined the bench.
The pandemic has been even worse for women's reproductive health care than the 2008 recession. And this is just the beginning.
This case is the biggest abortion test of the Trump-era court.
Pregnant people have make an in-person visit to pick up the pill — even if they've already seen a provider about getting an abortion.
“They don’t social distance. They block, stalk, push, shove, talk, scream. It’s business as usual out there for them.”
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One group leader made a check out to Norma McCorvey for $1,000 after she said, “You’re being cheap with me.”
Some clinics will face layoffs or even closure if they have to give back the loans.
The duo has filled 2 Supreme Court Justices, 138 seats in district courts, 51 seats in the higher appellate courts, and 2 judges in courts of international trade.
Fetal tissue is critical to speeding up treatment development — and federal researchers are banned from using it.