SCOTUS is dirty. Let’s clean it up

By Mia Brett / November 28, 2022 /

Rightwing justices aren’t going to police themselves.

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The Supreme Court controlled the midterms 

By Mia Brett / November 16, 2022 /

It drove the issues. It dictated access to the ballot.

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What in the world is Lindsey Graham thinking?

By John Stoehr / September 14, 2022 /

His proposal would not only ban abortion nationally after 15 weeks, it would, in effect, ban democratic politics.

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Federal law requires some hospitals to give emergency care, including abortions

By Mia Brett / August 31, 2022 /

Republicans are fighting it in court.

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Time for a revival of the democratic imagination

By John Stoehr / August 8, 2022 /

The people, not the Supreme Court, decide on individual rights.

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Kansas reminds us that democracy is love

By John Stoehr / August 3, 2022 /

Suddenly, lost faith feels premature, even silly.

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Abortion as self-defense in the coming age of ‘personhood’

By Mia Brett / August 2, 2022 /

Pregnancy is an imminent threat of bodily harm.

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There’s no such thing as settled law anymore

By Mia Brett / July 27, 2022 /

These popular fundamental rights must be vigorously fought for the way we wish abortion had been protected when we had the chance.

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Do you need Google? Your privacy depends on the answer

By Rod Graham / July 20, 2022 /

The post-Roe fight for digital privacy.

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Don’t fight ‘fetal personhood’ by taking the idea to extremes

By Mia Brett / July 19, 2022 /

That reaffirms privileging fetuses over women.

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