Austin Texas goes there. Good for them.
Unsurprisingly, studies show that mistreatment of women hurts both genders.
The former Texas state Senator announced her bid for Congress.
Sen. Gillibrand eloquently defends the requirement that judges be pro-choice, and Lou Dobbs can only snarl and laugh.
"Women of means will still have access to abortions." The Hyde Amendment takes access away from poor women, and that's not fair. So proclaims Elizabeth Warren, with clarity and passion.
At her Town Hall on Tuesday night, Kamala Harris proposed having her Justice Department review laws passed by states with anti-woman, anti-repro-rights legislative histories before they could go into effect.
"We have always been told we were hysterical and being dramatic and nobody is going to overturn Roe," the author said.
Hayes details the Alabama bill and rash of others designed to criminalize women and doctors who get and perform abortions.
Kansas Supreme Court rules that the Constitution protects a woman's "right to personal autonomy." What a concept.
In a victory for abortion-rights activists, U.S. District Judge William Osteen declared such bans on abortions after 20 weeks unconstitutional.
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