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Right To Life Movement
Steps the Next Supreme Court Might Take to Roll Back Abortion Rights
Kennedy’s retirement doesn’t mean
will be overturned immediately, but a more conservative Court is likely to allow many new abortion restrictions.
Trump Is the Most Substantively Anti-Abortion President Ever
Other Republican presidents have talked a good game against abortion. But Trump has delivered.
The Williamson Saga Raises Questions Anti-Abortion Folk Don’t Want to Answer
In defending Kevin Williamson’s remarks about “hanging women” who violate a future abortion ban, some conservatives tip their hands.
House GOP Could Derail Spending Bill With Bid to Defund Planned Parenthood
The failure of Republicans to get the anti-abortion lobby’s chief priority done last year could now generate gridlock and even a government shutdown.
What It Means to Have a Government That Hates the Constitutional Right to Choose
When low-level bureaucrats try to keep vulnerable women from exercising reproductive rights, they’re just following signals from the top.
Alabama’s Christian Right Has Been Doubly Disgraced in 2017
In Roy Moore and former governor Bentley, the state’s conservative Evangelicals have backed two bad apples from the same basket.
Trump Admin & Appeals Court Keep Imprisoned Immigrant From Having Abortion
The GOP is bending to the right-to-life movement in an effort to deny a woman in federal custody the right to choose.
Right-to-Lifers Look for a New Hostage for Their Demands
The anti-abortion lobby is rejecting suggestions to wait until next year to defund Planned Parenthood. They want to put it in the tax bill right now.
Senate Parliamentarian May Have Dealt Last, No-Kidding-Final Blow to Trumpcare
By excluding from Trumpcare indispensable features, the Senate parliamentarian has probably killed the bill unless McConnell nukes her rulings.
Right-to-Life Lobby Has Trumpcare Demands — and Isn’t in Mood for Compromise
If Mitch McConnell wants to pass a health-care bill, he must absolutely placate the anti-abortion movement.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy Did Not Retire Today
It is hard to overestimate the impact of this much-rumored event, had it occurred.