The Supreme Court’s decision is already emboldening the anti-abortion movement to think bigger.
The Court was the midwife of Jim Crow and now is one of the chief architects of America’s democratic decline.
Roe v. Wade is now overruled. Are access to contraception, same-sex marriage, and even the right to choose your own sex partners next?
Democrats don’t have a quick fix for the end of Roe because there isn’t one.
Though officers were inside Robb Elementary School just three minutes after the gunman entered, it took them 1 hour, 14 minutes, and 8 seconds to end the massacre.
Being able to access abortion is about all kinds of justice — economic justice included.
Americans overwhelmingly support abortion rights, but vary on the specifics.
The pre-Roe world didn’t have data privacy laws. The post-Roe world needs them.
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The end of Roe v. Wade
The Supreme Court overturned a 49-year-old precedent that secured the right to an abortion. Irin Carmon from New York magazine breaks down the case and Vox’s Ian Millhiser argues the Supreme Court is undermining democracy.