Reproductive Rights

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
A portrait of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito. (Photo: Steve Petteway/U.S. Supreme Court/WikiMedia Commons)
"How can litigants with claims on these issues now believe they can get a fair hearing from Alito?" wondered one legal reporter.
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) gives a thumbs up to supporters after announcing her competitor Sara Gideon called to concede on November 4, 2020 in Bangor, Maine
The four-term Republican's win follows her much-maligned vote to confirm...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"This administration doesn't seem content to stop until it has fully trampled...

Further

Today's SCOTUS ruling against Massachusetts' buffer zones around abortion clinics - issued from within SCOTUS' own legally protected buffer zone - has met with swift outrage from pro-choice forces appalled that the court took seriously the "pro-life" argument their "gentle...sidewalk counselors" merely seek to "engage in personal, caring, consensual conver­sations with women." Under the quickly created Twitter hashtags #NotCounseling and #ClinicEscort, angry pro-choice women told the real story...