By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 23, 2014
Mississippi just passed a law that's extremely similar to one that's already been ruled unconstitutional in Arizona.
By Carimah Townes on April 23, 2014
Advocates against domestic violence have found an unlikely ally.
For some reason, schools are often in the business of policing what's considered "feminine" and "masculine."
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By Rebecca Leber on April 23, 2014
The last thing Obamacare opponent Rep. Tom Petri (R-WI) probably expected at a town hall with constituents was to learn that a member of his own staff benefits from one of the law's provisions.
Once Americans don't have to worry about losing the insurance they get through their jobs, they'll be freed up to make different decisions.
For the third time, Oklahoma has approved legislation to make it more difficult for women to access medication-induced abortion.
Seven out of ten Americans agree that employers should be required to cover contraception in their workers' plans.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 22, 2014
Her case fits into the troubling trend of criminalizing pregnant women, even when there's no evidence their drug use actually harmed their child.
A bill advancing in the legislature would impose more obstacles for women seeking to end a pregnancy.
As politicians attempt to straddle the line between appealing to voters and placating anti-choice activists, a split is brewing among abortion opponents.