... of the court struck down the case of 1973, holding that states are vested with authority to regulate women's reproductive choices rather than the federal government. The states are free to restrict and even outlaw abortion. The case also struck down
that affirmed the right to obtain an abortion up to 24 weeks of pregnancy.
wrote for the majority in the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.
The court supplication shows an immediate shift in reproductive ...
... terminating those pregnancies will be left to the states.
A draft majority opinion from
showed that the court had voted to overturn its nearly 50-year-old decision securing the federal right to abortion in Roe v. Wade and its 30 year-old case law in PlannedParenthood v.
securing that right up until viability, or when a fetus can survive outside the womb.
The court is expected to make a decision by the end of June, which has a variety of implications for the business world - from companies that track ...
... Women's Health Orgnization, a case involving a Mississippi law that bans abortion at 15 weeks of pregnancy. A leaked draft opinion in that case signals that the court will overturn the decision in 1973 in Roe v Wade and its affirming decision in 1992 in PlannedParenthood v
Without 50 year-old Roe protections, roughly half of US states could immediately or quickly outlaw abortion, including 13 states with so-called trigger bans in place laws designed to take effect without Roe.
Iowa already has a ban ...
On Thursday, the 19-year-old took to Instagram to show support for PlannedParenthood and addressed the Supreme Court ruling on abortion.
On Thursday, the 19-year-old took to Instagram to show support for
the Supreme Court
ruling on abortion.
Her caption began with a message that I am not ...
MacKenzie Scott, a billionaire philanthropist, gave $122.6 million to Big Brothers Big Sisters of America BBBSA, which will help transform mentorship in communities across the country.
, a billionaire philanthropist, gave $122.6 million to
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
, which will help transform mentorship in communities across the country.
will be the largest donor from a single individual in the organization's history, and will support
and 38 local agencies...
... a narrower bill that includes carve-outs for religious or moral objections.
Ahead of the vote, Senate Democratic leaders circulated a letter from progressive and reproductive rights groups — including the Center for American Progress,
— arguing that the
-Murkowski bill would not protect the right to abortion. Senate Majority Leader
, D-N. Y., said it was one of the most important votes we take in this chamber in decades. For the first time in 50 ...
..., with a complicated stance on the role of the government in the issue. He is the son of
Bob Casey Sr.
Sr., a former governor of Pennsylvania who opposed legal abortion and defended his state s restrictions in the landmark Supreme Court case
is one of only two
Democrats, along with Sen.
of West Virginia, not to sponsor the legislation.
was not a supporter of the bill until February. He said that the circumstances around the entire debate ...
joins a growing list of left-of- center political organizations whose workers have decided to unionize in recent years, including
the Democratic National Committee
, presidential campaigns, and several major advocacy groups like
the Sierra Club
They have seen their enrollment numbers decline for decades, along with the industries they traditionally represented like manufacturing and mining, but they have recently made gains in white-collar industries with younger ...