Warren Unveils New Bill Binding Supreme Court Judges to Ethics Code

As public trust in the Supreme Court rapidly erodes, Democrats in Congress are working to tighten ethics laws around federal courts and increase transparency in order to combat corruption and increase accountability in the U.S. court system. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) and Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Washington) introduced a bill on…

After “Roe” Leak, Clarence Thomas Moaned That Supreme Court Is Being “Bullied”

As pro-abortion activists took to the streets to protest the leaked Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade last week, Justice Clarence Thomas stated that Americans should learn to accept outcomes they don’t want. Speaking at a judicial conference on Friday, Thomas said that the public is “becoming addicted…

California May Soon Face Surge of Out-of-State Abortion Patients

People travel to California for lots of reasons: to visit Hollywood and Fisherman’s Wharf, to hike Yosemite and Muir Woods. In the event Roe v. Wade is overturned, it is likely to become a top destination for abortions, too. Indeed, if Justice Samuel Alito’s leaked majority opinion becomes the final…

Researchers at Leading Reproductive Health Organization Are Pushing to Unionize

Originally published by The 19th. A large majority of employees at the Guttmacher Institute — one of the nation’s largest reproductive health research organizations — declared their intent Monday to form a union, per a letter shared first with The 19th. The push comes after months of low morale at…

Gretchen Whitmer Sues to Block Michigan “Trigger” Law That Would Ban Abortion

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has filed a lawsuit directly to the state Supreme Court, arguing that an abortion “trigger law,” which would go into effect if Roe v. Wade is overturned, violates the state’s constitution. A 1931 law banning nearly all abortions in Michigan would automatically go into effect…

GOP Senator Says Interracial Marriage Should Be State Issue, Then Walks It Back

On Tuesday, Sen. Mike Braun (R-Indiana) suggested that precedent-setting Supreme Court rulings on abortion and interracial marriage should be undone — and then attempted to walk back his comments after they were met with widespread criticism. Braun, who was on a conference call with reporters about the confirmation hearings of…

Florida Republicans Push for 15-Week Abortion Ban

Republican lawmakers in Florida have submitted legislation that would ban abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy, a measure similar to a near-total abortion ban in Mississippi that is currently being upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. The ban, which was introduced on Tuesday by State Sen. Kelli Stargell (R) and…

WI AG Says He Won’t Enforce 172-Year-Old Abortion Statute If Roe Is Upended

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul will not enforce an abortion statute in the state that is set to return if abortion rights are undone by the federal Supreme Court next year. The High Court is set to rule on whether to uphold abortion protections that were established in the 1973…

California to Become Abortion Sanctuary If Supreme Court Upends Roe Protections

Lawmakers and abortion providers in California are seeking to make the state a “sanctuary” for all Americans seeking abortion services, amid the disturbing possibility that abortion rights could be completely dismantled next year. Earlier this month, the Supreme Court heard a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade from state prosecutors…

For the First Time, Supreme Court Is Poised to Retract a Fundamental Right

For the first time in U.S. history, the Supreme Court is poised to take away a fundamental right from more than half of the people in the country. The Court’s December 1 oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization confirmed what progressives have feared since former President Donald…

People Will Have to Travel 250 Miles on Average for Abortions If “Roe” Is Axed

If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, as it could very well do next year, the average American will have to travel about 125 miles or more — or about 250 miles round-trip — to access the closest abortion provider, according to data from the Myers Abortion Facility database…

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