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women's march

Most of the Women’s March Leaders Are Out

The group behind the wildly successful Women’s March on Washington in 2017 is cutting ties with some of its bold-faced names and recommitting to its agenda ahead of 2020.
Carter Sherman
2 days ago
abortion

California Is Set to Require Public Universities Offer On-Campus Abortions

A bill heads to California Gov. Gavin Newsom's desk, and he's pledged to sign it.
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4 days ago
me too

How the Hell Did the Brock Turner Judge Get a Job as a Girls Tennis Coach? This Community Wants Answers

Judge Persky was recalled after giving the sexual assailant six months in jail. A community just pushed him out of his new gig.
Carter Sherman
9.12.19
abortion

Austin Just Gave Texas Law the Finger and Voted to Fund Abortion Access

In a red state long hostile to abortion rights, this is believed to be a first-of-its-kind program for any U.S. city.
Carter Sherman
9.11.19
abortion

Federal Judge Rips ‘Abortion Reversal’ as ‘Devoid of Scientific Support’

A North Dakota bill that would require abortion providers to tell patients their procedure can be “reversed.”
Carter Sherman
9.10.19
abortion access

“I Am Honestly Scared to Death”: Small Abortion Clinics Are Fighting for Survival Over Trump’s New Abortion Rules

Independent abortion clinics' budgets were slashed after being driven from the only federal program dedicated to family planning.
Carter Sherman
9.10.19
tech

Google Maps Is Still Directing Women Seeking Abortions to Pro-Life Clinics — and a Memorial for the ‘Unborn’

In areas where abortion access is under threat, misleading or wrong results are common, a VICE News analysis found.
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David Uberti
9.6.19
abortion

A Guy Sued an Alabama Clinic Over His Girlfriend’s Alleged Abortion. A Judge Just Threw the Case Out.

Alabama's "fetal personhood" law makes lawsuits like this possible.
Carter Sherman
9.3.19
prison

Video Shows Colorado Woman Giving Birth Alone in a Jail Cell. Now She's Suing.

Jail personnel stood and watched while Diana Sanchez gave birth, the lawsuit alleges, taking “no action to provide the emergency medical care that was so obviously necessary.”
Carter Sherman
8.30.19
abortion

6 States Are Now Rejecting Federal Money Because of Trump's Abortion 'Gag Rule'

The money once funded some 4,000 U.S. clinics offering services like STI testing, cancer screenings, and birth control.
Carter Sherman
8.30.19
abortion

A Federal Judge Just Blocked Another Abortion Ban That Challenges Roe v. Wade

A Missouri judge temporarily blocked the state's proposed ban of abortion after 8 weeks.
Carter Sherman
8.27.19
Jeffrey Epstein

‘I'm Just Angry He's Not Alive’: Jeffrey Epstein’s Victims Are Enraged They Can’t Face Him in Court

‘‘I was nothing. I was his slave.”
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Emma Ockerman
8.27.19
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