More than 8 in 10 Americans oppose Texas’s provision letting people sue abortion providers for $10,000 rewards.
A legal brief takes aim at the 2015 marriage equality case and 2003 case that overturned homophobic state sodomy laws.
Two-thirds of respondents also said they support the 1973 “Roe v. Wade” decision granting the right to have an abortion.
It will take the concerted action of those most impacted by the crisis to keep people housed.
The injunction is necessary “to protect the constitutional rights” of those seeking abortion services, the DOJ said.
Justice Barrett’s statements are ironic considering the highly politicized circumstances of her nomination to the Court.
We can’t solely rely on legal strategies to defend our rights.
Calling those who exploit S.B. 8 “whistleblowers” is a way to turn the true meaning of whistleblowing on its head.
UN experts tasked with monitoring human rights abuses across the globe are condemning Texas’s near-total abortion ban.
The truth is that conservatives are more interested in controlling pregnant people’s bodies than protecting life.