It marks an important first step, though there’s still more the White House could do.
Now that we’re halfway through the summer, it’s good to remember that you still have until September to take part in Maryland’s ice cream trail. What could be better than competitively eating …
Overturning Roe v. Wade took decades. The White House has now started the process of undoing what Republican-appointed Supreme Court justices did.
Amid growing calls from Democrats for bolder action, Biden signs an executive order aimed at protecting access to abortion pills and emergency contraception.
The order directs the Department of Health and Human Services to take new actions to protect access to abortion medication and consider updating guidance to clarify doctor responsibilities and protections under the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act.
Prosecutors in states where abortion is now illegal have access to troves of personal data.
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