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Who overturning Roe hurts most, explained in 7 charts

Data shows why taking abortion rights away is structural violence against women.

Supreme Court to consider radical independent legislature theory

The Supreme Court has agreed to consider a case about the so-called “independent state legislature” doctrine. For democracy, that's not good news.

A Transformative Term at the Most Conservative Supreme Court in Nearly a Century

The blockbuster decisions — on abortion, guns, religion and climate — told part of the story. But the court’s abrupt rightward shift ran through its entire docket.

Google Says It Will Delete Location Data When Users Visit Abortion Clinics

Under pressure from employees and supporters of reproductive rights, the company announced privacy changes for the post-Roe era.

N.Y. passes law on guns, starts abortion rights process after Supreme Court rulings

Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) pushed lawmakers to act after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a state gun-control law and overturned Roe v. Wade.

Democracy advocates raise alarm after Supreme Court takes election case

The decision to consider “independent legislature theory” concerned voting rights advocates who say state lawmakers could twist the rules to favor their party.

Analysis | The filibuster, explained

President Biden has called to suspend the Senate filibuster so Democrats can codify abortion rights after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

New York lawmakers move to enshrine abortion rights in state constitution

The New York State Legislature on Friday passed a constitutional amendment that, if fully enacted, would enshrine the right to an abortion and contraception access in the state constitution.

Supreme Court makes it clear there's a red America and a blue America | CNN Politics

The US Supreme Court ended its most explosive term in decades this week deeply split along ideological lines, surfacing two different visions of America and the Constitution.

Interior offshore oil drilling plan skirts tough choices

The plan from the Interior Department was released just one day after the Supreme Court issued a ruling sharply limiting EPA's power to curb pollution causing climate change.

'We don’t have to pretend anymore': Greens ready to bail on D.C.

Environmentalists and many of their Democratic allies are preparing to focus on state capitals as the places to press for action on climate change — going back to a strategy they employed during the Trump era.

Why Biden's climate push might not be doomed

It wouldn't be easy, but Democrats could still look to Congress, other kinds of regulations or the states in their effort to cut greenhouse gases.

New York's abortion amendment clears first major hurdle

Lawmakers approved a measure to enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution, triggering a multiyear approval process that would eventually put the question to voters statewide.

New York governor signs bill to ban guns from Times Square, mass transit

New York lawmakers introduced legislation that would ban the concealed carry of guns in a "sensitive location," including Times Square and mass public transportation.

Democratic governors urge Biden to use federal facilities for abortion care

Biden met virtually with Democratic governors on Friday to discuss abortion care after the repeal of Roe v. Wade.

Four cities switch out fireworks for drone shows on Independence Day

Cities across the nation are swapping out Independence Day firework shows for drone shows.

'I'll find you': Alec Baldwin vows vengeance against Twitter user over joke

A Twitter user found himself in a feud with Alec Baldwin over the former's tweet about last year's shooting death of a cinematographer that involved the the actor.

Three-year-old boy dies by accidental self-inflicted gunshot

A 3-year-old boy from Milwaukee died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in an accident Friday.

Google to delete location history data for users who visit abortion clinics

Google will begin deleting location history data for users who visit abortion clinics or fertility centers, one of the first tech companies to address concerns that law enforcement would weaponize the information in states where abortion is now illegal or restricted.

New York Governor Hochul Signs Law Limiting Concealed Carry of Firearms in "Sensitive" Locations Despite Supreme Court Ruling

New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) on Friday signed into law a bill that limits concealed carry of firearms in “sensitive” locations in wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling. The US Supreme Court last Thursday struck down New York’s century-old law on carrying concealed weapons. Prior to the Supreme Court’s Thursday ruling, the state could…

The Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

The decision overturns the landmark 1973 court case that established the constitutional right to an abortion.

N.Y. Lawmakers Respond on Guns and Abortion After Supreme Court Rulings

Lawmakers passed measures that would prohibit concealed weapons in many public places, as well as an amendment that would initiate the process of enshrining the right to abortion in the State Constitution.

Supreme Court marshal presses Md., Va. leaders to stop home protests

The marshal asked the Maryland and Virginia governors, as well as the leaders of Montgomery and Fairfax counties, to put down the ongoing protests.

New York Democratic governor signs law limiting concealed carry of firearms in wake of Supreme Court ruling | CNN Politics

New York Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul on Friday signed into law a bill restricting the concealed carry of firearms in locations such as government buildings and schools after the US Supreme Court last week struck down the state's century-old law that placed restrictions on carrying a concealed handgun outside the home.

Hochul signs New York bill requiring social media history to obtain gun carry permit

New Yorkers may have to share their social media history and character references to obtain permits to carry concealed firearms in public, according to legislation signed by Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) on Friday evening.

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