Right-wing groups obscure the fact that the end of “Roe” could result in a wave of forced births and maternal deaths.
More than 900,000 Kansans voted on the abortion amendment — an atypically high number for a non-general election race.
The injunction bars state and county officials from enforcing the law while the case is being litigated.
One reproductive rights organizer said the texts showcase the “desperate and deceitful tactics” of anti-abortionists.
Since the “Roe” leak, misogynist ideologies from GOP politicians have been on full display.
The labor movement has many options beyond voter turnout and rallies to advance the fight for reproductive rights.
U.S. aid still can’t be used to fund abortion care. The ban causes tens of thousands of preventable deaths each year.
Alito alleged that “religious liberty is under attack” after several Supreme Court wins for the Christian right.
Bill sponsor Sen. Ed Markey said that the GOP wants “no abortions, and no birth control to prevent the need for one.”
If Amendment 2 passes, the Republican-dominated legislature is poised to quickly advance a total abortion ban in Kansas.