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Many of the state Republicans backing the measure sponsored a similar bill in the last legislative session. The post Washington GOP Pushes Anti-Trans ‘Bathroom Bill’—Again appeared first on Rewire.
If Gov. Terry Branstad is confirmed as ambassador, Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds will replace him as Iowa governor. Reynolds has said if abortion is criminalized, the punishment "would be equivalent to murder." The post Trump Cabinet Pick Opens Door for New Iowa Governor Who Would Treat Abortion Like ‘Murder’ appeared first on Rewire.
The Alliance for Defending Freedom (ADF) has claimed Minnesota's Human Rights Act could be used to unfairly target businesses who might hypothetically want to deny services to same-sex couples on religious grounds. The post ‘Hobby Lobby’ Lawyers Are Back at It, This Time to Restrict LGBTQ Rights in Minnesota appeared first on Rewire.
Rikers has become a symbol among activists of a rotten prison system, plagued with a history of reported excessive force used against inmates. The post ‘I Lost Four Years With My Father’: Protesters Renew Calls to Shut Down Rikers appeared first on Rewire.
“North Carolina’s governor was just voted out of office because of his support for a discriminatory law that took an immediate and devastating toll on his state’s economy,” said Matt McTighe, executive director of Freedom for All Americans. The post Study: Planned Attack on LGBTQ Rights Would Be ‘Devastating’ for Texas Economy appeared first on Rewire.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has praised the GOP-led investigation that has attacked Planned Parenthood, abortion care providers, researchers who use fetal tissue to potentially cure life-threatening diseases, and a private company that helps...Show More Summary
The D.C. Paid Family Leave campaign reports that only 17 percent of people who work for low wages nationally have access to short-term disability plans and that family leave is “more critical than ever” because more than half of mothers with infants are in the workforce. The post D.C. Council Moves Closer to Making Family Leave a Reality appeared first on Rewire.
A report from the investigative news organization 100Reporters throws light on complaints of a parent sexually or physically abusing a child being routinely rejected at family courts around the country. The post Report Sheds Light on Plight of Parents in Custody Cases Involving Child Abuse appeared first on Rewire.
Delays in U visa processing are not only unacceptable, but also damaging to an already vulnerable population whose health and well-being are put at risk as they are in constant fear of deportation. The post Immigrant Survivors of Domestic Violence Deserve Better appeared first on Rewire.
Gov. Mike Pence seems to have a very deeply embedded habit of dissembling, meaning you ask him a question and he just won't give you a straight answer. The post Lies, Lies, and More Lies: Mike Pence and Jason Miller Edition appeared first on Rewire.
With roughly 44 days before the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as president of the United States, we are awash in a flood of lies, falsehoods, conspiracy theories, and dissembling emanating from Trump tower. If we have learned one thing...Show More Summary
Meadows has worked tirelessly to roll back access to reproductive health care. He co-sponsored measures such as the U.S. House of Representatives' medically and scientifically unsupported fetal pain bill. The post New House Freedom Caucus Leader: Rush Gutting of Obamacare appeared first on Rewire.
Until Tuesday, Ohio Republicans had advanced "heartbeat bills" in the house, but not the state senate, over fears that the law would be struck down in federal court. The post Ohio GOP Votes to Unconstitutionally End Legal Abortion at Six Weeks appeared first on Rewire.
If Pope Francis were serious about taking the Church in a more progressive, merciful direction, he would stop fanning the flames of abortion stigma and focus instead on protecting women’s health and well-being. The post Thanks, But No Thanks, Pope Francis: Abortions Don’t Need To Be Forgiven appeared first on Rewire.
Heather Busby, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Texas, said in a press release that the state is "playing politics with people's health care." The post Texas Government Pamphlet Rife With Debunked Anti-Choice Myths appeared first on Rewire.
Sandra, who went through the adoption process in 1987, wants legislators and others to know that it wasn’t the right option for her and shouldn’t be held up as the obvious alternative to terminating an unintended pregnancy. The post ‘There Should Be No Judgment’ in Termination: One Woman’s Story appeared first on Rewire.
In a series of cases tackling the issue of racial gerrymandering before the Roberts Court Monday, the possibility of abortion rights jurisprudence protecting voting rights started to emerge. The post Can ‘Whole Woman’s Health’ Help Push Back Attacks on Voting Rights? appeared first on Rewire.
In 2012 in El Salvador, Maria Teresa Rivera was convicted of aggravated homicide and sentenced to 40 years in prison after her miscarriage. A judge overturned her conviction in May of this year, but prosecutors have appealed this decision. Show More Summary
Jessica Duran had signed a medical consent form that stated: "I understand that the tissue and parts will be removed during the procedure, and I consent to their examination and their use in medical research and their disposal by the...Show More Summary
Ensuring accessibility for parents, caregivers, and children, especially when organizing for social change, sends the message that they are valued members of and contributors to larger movements. The post How Organizers Can, and Do, Make Conferences Accessible for Parents and Caregivers appeared first on Rewire.