There is nothing extreme about wanting people to have the ability to make their own reproductive health-care decisions.
This will test the strength of Chief Justice John Roberts’s stated dedication to upholding Supreme Court precedent.
Medicaid enrollees in South Dakota deserve better than this.
This is hardly the first time the administration has worked to undermine international support for reproductive rights.
Meanwhile, Title X funding is already flowing to some anti-choice clinics.
Advances in medicine and discoveries made by women themselves have changed the kind of options available.
The decision escalates anti-choice efforts to establish fetal personhood and punish people for their pregnancy outcomes.
A little-known but influential lobby group in Virginia has fuelled ultra-conservative defunding campaigns for decades.
CNN’s moderators failed to address reproductive rights, but some candidates brought it up on their own.
“Heartbeat bills” aren’t the only effort that legislatures are taking to restrict access to reproductive health care.