Democrats in Congress are treating the death of “Roe” like a fundraising opportunity instead of a national crisis.
The country currently has the world’s highest maternal mortality rate.
The law, signed earlier this year by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, was set to go into effect on July 1.
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema supported a filibuster carveout to raise the debt ceiling, but won’t do it for reproductive rights.
The anti-abortion lawyer will be nominated to a lifetime federal judgeship in Kentucky, reports say.
An attorney, a clinic director and an abortion doula talk about life after “Roe.”
Will the conservative Supreme Court set its sights on eroding birth control rights?
Millions have been quietly funneled into stacking courts with anti-abortion justices and authoring perilous legislation.
The proposal would prevent far right judges from upending abortion rights in California.
Personal data is already being harvested and used by medically unlicensed anti-abortion “crisis pregnancy centers.”