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Dobbs V. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

  1. the system
    How Democrats Bolstered the Post-Roe Enforcement RegimeWhen funding the police backfires.
  2. the body politic
    Joe Biden’s Dobbs Response Has Been Breathtakingly AwfulWhy can’t the president show some fight?
  3. life after roe
    Outrage, Uncertainty, and Instant Abortion Bans After Roe v. Wade OverturnedSome Republican leaders are already calling for a nationwide ban, while protesters assemble outside the Supreme Court to express their outrage.
  4. life after roe
    Overturning Roe Is Just the BeginningConservatives are already floating a national abortion ban and the overthrow of other privacy-based rights.
  5. abortion
    Do Americans Support Abortion Restrictions? It’s Complicated.Fresh polling shows the public favors a 15-week abortion ban, but only with health exceptions that many anti-abortion activists oppose.
  6. politics
    The States Poised to Be the New Abortion BattlegroundsIf Roe v. Wade is reversed this year, seven politically divided states will likely become the front line in the fight for reproductive rights.
  7. abortion
    What If the Supreme Court Doesn’t Overturn Roe v. Wade?Roe certainly seems doomed, but the Court has surprised us on abortion before. If the conservative majority falters, the fallout could be tremendous.
  8. politics
    DeSantis Could Be Haunted by Florida’s ‘Generous’ Abortion BanThe governor is backing a 15-week abortion ban, which Republicans are billing as a compromise. But his strategy could anger the party’s extremists.
  9. abortion
    If Roe Is Reversed, Democrats Need to Be ReadyAt a time when their party has convinced itself to avoid social issues, they should prepare for a culture-war battle they can win.
  10. abortion
    Anti-Abortion Movement Nears Victory 29 Years After a BetrayalAfter a surprise defeat in the Supreme Court in 1992, Roe v. Wade opponents demanded more from Republicans, and Trump kept his promises to them.
  11. abortion
    Texas Abortion Law Likely to Stay in Place Until Court Deals With Roe v. WadeAll roads now appear to be converging on the Supreme Court’s big upcoming decision.
  12. u.s. supreme court
    Supreme Court Could Go Totally Extremist This TermIn at least three areas – abortion, guns, and federal regulatory powers – the Court could take a big and consequential leap to the right.
  13. politics
    Todd Akin Exposed the Republican Party’s Abortion ExtremismTalk of “legitimate rape” from the former congressman, who died this week, led to GOP losses in 2012. Today’s Republicans could experience déjà vu.
  14. abortion
    Mississippi Attorney General Says Abortion Ban Means Women Can Have It AllIt’s a bizarre argument, particularly coming from someone representing the reactionary state of Mississippi.
  15. politics
    Partisanship Put Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court. Now She’s Against It.The justice bemoaned perceptions of the Supreme Court following an introduction by Mitch McConnell, who made the confirmation process hyperpartisan.
  16. abortion
    How Far Will the Anti-Abortion Movement Go?If the Supreme Court reverses Roe, forget states’ rights and get ready for national or constitutional abortion bans.
  17. abortion
    Will Abortion Dominate the 2022 Midterms?It’s possible that, given the current and near-future actions of the U.S. Supreme Court, abortion could matter more than ever to pro-choice voters.
  18. abortion
    The Legal Shadowboxing Over the Texas Abortion BanMerrick Garland vowed to protect abortion seekers, and scholars proposed ways to thwart the law. But no “vigilante” suit means no legal action.
  19. explainer
    The Supreme Court’s Radical Texas Abortion Law Ruling & What Comes NextA guide to the Texas abortion ban’s “vigilante” enforcement system, the Supreme Court’s shocking response, and the coming flood of legal battles.
  20. abortion
    Anti-Abortion Movement Lets the Mask Slip in Plea to Supreme CourtIt may be time for those who really want to ban all abortions to stop pretending they’re just worried about late-term instances or clinic regulations.
  21. reproductive rights
    Imagining a Post-Roe AmericaThe Supreme Court now has an opportunity to gut its 1973 abortion ruling. A savage landscape of inequality and culture war awaits.
  22. u.s. supreme court
    Is Roe v. Wade Now Doomed?We’ve been here before, when the Supreme Court surprised everyone in 1992 by upholding the right to choose. But this new challenge doesn’t look good.
  23. politics
    Why Is the Supreme Court Hesitating on Abortion?With a solidly conservative bloc on the bench, a decision on whether to hear a big case is all the more mysterious.