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Read more about Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws
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Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws

Aug 17, 2022
Read more about Clergy, social workers fear fallout from Oklahoma abortion laws
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Strict anti-abortion laws that took effect in Oklahoma this year led to the quick shuttering of every abortion facility in the state, but left questions for those who work directly with women who may seek their advice or help getting an abortion out of state.
Read more about Minnesota abortion clinic braces for tide of out-of-staters
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Minnesota abortion clinic braces for tide of out-of-staters

Jul 25, 2022
Read more about Minnesota abortion clinic braces for tide of out-of-staters
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In the waiting room at WE Health Clinic in Duluth, patients from Wisconsin and Texas sit among Minnesotans — the leading edge of an expected uptick in out-of-state patients following the Supreme Court’s removal of the federal right to abortion.
Read more about Kentucky judge extends block of state's abortion ban
Read more about Kentucky judge extends block of state's abortion ban

Kentucky judge extends block of state's abortion ban

Jul 24, 2022
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Read more about Kentucky judge extends block of state's abortion ban
A Kentucky judge granted an injunction on Friday that prevents the state's near-total ban on abortions from taking effect, meaning the state's two clinics can continue providing abortions, for now.
Read more about California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty
Read more about California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty

California OKs 'baby bonds' to help combat child poverty

Jul 24, 2022
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Parenting — that long chain of decisions that hopefully leads to a well-rounded adult — was always a little less stressful for Laura Guerra because her husband, Rigo, was “100% in it” for their daughter, Emilia. But Rigo died from COVID-19 on Christmas Eve in 2020.
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home

Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home

Jul 24, 2022
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home
Read more about Quick Georgia abortion restrictions send some patients home
Georgia's abortion law changed so abruptly Wednesday afternoon that some patients who were in an office waiting for abortions were told that what had been legal that morning was no longer legal in the state and sent home.
Read more about Deadly Minneapolis standoff stokes mistrust of police
Read more about Deadly Minneapolis standoff stokes mistrust of police

Deadly Minneapolis standoff stokes mistrust of police

Jul 21, 2022
Read more about Deadly Minneapolis standoff stokes mistrust of police
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The shooting of a young Black man whose family says he was experiencing a mental health crisis has stoked some activists' mistrust of the Minneapolis Police Department.
Read more about Crowd protests relocation of abortion clinic to New Mexico
Read more about Crowd protests relocation of abortion clinic to New Mexico

Crowd protests relocation of abortion clinic to New Mexico

Jul 21, 2022
Read more about Crowd protests relocation of abortion clinic to New Mexico
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Anti-abortion activists from across the U.S. converged in southern New Mexico on Tuesday to protest relocation plans by the Mississippi clinic at the center of the court battle that overturned the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.
Read more about Title IX: WNBA owner among women athletes running businesses
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Title IX: WNBA owner among women athletes running businesses

Jun 22, 2022
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Ginny Gilder wasn’t well versed on what Title IX meant until she was a freshman at Yale, competing for the rowing team and taking part in one of the most famous protests surrounding the law. The co-owner of the WNBA's Seattle Storm was right in the middle of the “Yale Strip-In” in 1976 to protest inequities in the treatment of men and women rowers at the school.
Read more about Japan court says ban on same-sex marriage constitutional
Read more about Japan court says ban on same-sex marriage constitutional

Japan court says ban on same-sex marriage constitutional

Jun 22, 2022
Read more about Japan court says ban on same-sex marriage constitutional
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A Japanese court ruled Monday that the country’s ban on same-sex marriage does not violate the constitution, and rejected demands for compensation by three couples who said their right to free union and equality has been violated.
Read more about Abortion rights poised to go before Michigan voters in fall
Read more about Abortion rights poised to go before Michigan voters in fall

Abortion rights poised to go before Michigan voters in fall

Jul 12, 2022
Read more about Abortion rights poised to go before Michigan voters in fall
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Abortion rights are poised to come before Michigan voters in November after an abortion rights campaign turned in a record-breaking number of signatures Monday for a ballot initiative to the secretary of state’s office.