Dorothy Samuels, a former member of the New York Times Editorial Board, is a senior fellow at the Brennan Center of Justice at New York University School of Law.
Articles by this author
Monday, November 28, 2016
For Women's Reproductive Freedom, a Chill Wind Blows
Donald Trump’s plans for an extreme misogynistic makeover of reproductive health care received way too little scrutiny during his noxious, anti-woman campaign. Now, the damage a hard-right Trump administration could inflict on abortion rights and women’s health services more broadly has become...
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Abortion Isn't an Outlier Medical Procedure, It's a Constitutional Right
Cross-posted in the Los Angeles Times In recent years, opponents of abortion rights have succeeded in making it much more difficult for women in large swathes of the United States to safely and legally terminate their pregnancies. They did so under the flimsy pretext of protecting women’s health...