Topic: Reproductive rights

  • Defending our clinics in Boston

    For some women, the right to an abortion is becoming meaningless because they're prevented from actually gaining access.

  • Talking about abortion

    Let's act like having an abortion is a perfectly acceptable option to consider. Let's act like women do have a choice.

  • The "freedom" to deny women health care

    With its decision in a case involving insurance coverage of birth control, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against women, workers and science.

  • We all have to be brave

    An abortion provider discusses the impact of anti-choice protests on her coworkers--and the women they serve.

  • Will Tennessee legalize the New Jane Crow?

    A bill on the verge of becoming law in Tennessee would criminalize women based on the outcome of a pregnancy.

  • Hobby Lobby makes the choices for women

    In a recent Supreme Court case, the Christian owners of Hobby Lobby claim their religious freedom is under attack.

  • Buffers against the fanatics?

    What's at stake in the case before the Supreme Court about the constitutionality of abortion clinic "buffer zones"?

  • They put a price tag on women's health

    All the training in the world can't prepare health care providers for dealing with the financial obstacles that prevent them from doing their jobs.

  • Despojando Roe ley por ley

    El ataque al derecho a optar por un aborto está ligado al asalto contra el nivel de vida de la clase obrera.

  • Before Roe

    Throughout history, women have found ways to terminate unwanted pregnancies, whether abortion was legal or not and despite the risk.

  • Stealing Roe one law at a time

    Forty-one years after the Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal, the attacks on reproductive rights are coming faster than ever.

  • Treating a woman as an incubator

    Despite her wishes, the state of Texas is determined to make Marlise Munoz live out her final days as a human incubator.

  • Putting women's health at risk

    When Tamesha Means miscarried, she was refused the medical care she needed because she went to a Catholic hospital.

  • Casualties of the Texas anti-abortion crusade

    As draconian legislation restricting abortion goes into effect in Texas, the effects of this latest assault on the right to choose are being felt.

  • Abortion: Every woman's right

    In April 1992, abortion rights supporters were organizing, as the Supreme Court got set to rule on a challenge to Roe v. Wade.

  • Ohio women won't go back

    Republican legislators in Ohio have women's rights in their sights, but pro-choice forces are beginning to oppose them.

  • An attack on all women's rights

    A nurse explains why the attacks on women's right to reproductive health care in Texas affect women across the U.S.

  • Solidarity with Texas women

    Abortion rights activists nationwide took part in a day of action to protest the draconian anti-abortion bill passed in Texas.

  • Texas women won't stand down

    Activists may have lost the battle against an anti-choice bill in Texas, but their struggle inspired others around the country to fight.

  • Apoyemos a la mujer tejana

    Los legisladores tejanos aprobaron drásticas restricciones al derecho al aborto, pero eso sólo después de ahogar la muy vocal oposición de la mujer tejana.

  • Why we all stand with Texas women

    Texas lawmakers plan to pass drastic restrictions on abortion--but that's if they can drown out the very vocal opposition of Texas woman.

  • Inside the "people's filibuster"

    Sports columnist Dave Zirin provides a play-by-play account of the popular outburst that set back Texas' attack on abortion rights.

  • Another abortion sneak attack

    Republicans in the Ohio legislature have quietly passed some of the most draconian restrictions on abortion in the country.

  • Women's rights on the line in Texas

    The battle lines in the struggle over a women's right to choose abortion run through the Texas state Capitol building--inside and outside.

  • This is how we stand up to the bigots

    Abortion rights supporters have their eyes on Texas as activists work day and night to block one of the nation's most restrictive anti-abortion bills.