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From maternal mortality to abortion rights to birth control, this is a look at the state of reproductive health.

The coming legal showdown over abortion pills

Dobbs didn’t end the anti-abortion movement

What “choice” means for millions of women post-Roe

Kansas voters sided with abortion rights in August. Republicans don’t care.

Virginia Democrats are fighting for a razor-thin edge on abortion rights

The new front in the right’s war on abortion

How an obscure Christian right activist became one of the most powerful men in America

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The guy who got the midterms right explains what the media got wrong

The Federalist Society controls the federal judiciary, so why can’t they stop whining?

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Anti-abortion groups don’t think they lost the midterms

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8 questions the 2022 midterms answered

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How abortion rights advocates won every ballot measure this year

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The Supreme Court lost Republicans the midterms

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The midterms were a resounding win for abortion rights — with one exception

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How Americans voted for abortion rights, in one chart

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7 governor’s races that are abortion battlegrounds

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The incredibly close high-stakes battle for the Michigan legislature

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Beto O’Rourke can’t win without suburban women. They don’t seem sold.

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Why Cheri Beasley might be Democrats’ most underrated Senate candidate

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The states where the midterms will directly decide the future of abortion access

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Yes, most Latinos are Christian. No, that doesn’t make them anti-abortion.

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Lindsey Graham’s national abortion ban bill makes the midterm stakes very clear

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The GOP is learning just how hard it is to legislate abortion

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Is post-Roe voter registration benefiting Democrats?

There’s a bipartisan bill to codify Roe — and abortion rights groups can’t stand it

Why Hollywood keeps getting abortion wrong

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A record number of abortion measures are on the ballot in 2022

What happens when the Supreme Court is this unpopular?

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The Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

4 charts that show just how big abortion won in Kansas

Abortion was on the ballot in Kansas. Access won.

The DOJ is suing to make sure women who need medically necessary abortions can actually get them

Why the Kansas abortion amendment is so confusing

The uncomfortable problem with Roe v. Wade


4 ways Americans are still getting abortion pills

Gavin Newsom’s plan to save the Constitution by trolling the Supreme Court

Rape and incest abortion exceptions don’t really exist

What you need to know about birth control post-Roe

Can pharmacists refuse to fill prescriptions for drugs that can be used in abortions?

Why adoption won’t fill the gaps of a Roe-less America