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It’s the Christian Right’s Court. They Want More.

Katherine Stewart The Guardian
Understood in the context of the movement that created the Supreme Court in its current incarnation, there is nothing surprising about their overturning Roe. In fact, it marks the beginning rather than the endpoint of their agenda.

13 Companies Spent $15 Mill. On Anti-Abortion Pols

Judd Legum and Rebecca Crosby Popular Information
From the moment Roe was decided anti-abortion forces have been pushing for this outcome. But the effort has gained significant momentum since 2016. It required accumulating and exercising power at the federal and state levels.

How TV Lied About Abortion

Tanya Melendez Vox
For decades, dramatized plot lines about unwanted and unexpected pregnancies helped create our real-world abortion discourse.

We Are Becoming a Nation of Vigilantes

Jon Michaels and David Noll New York Times
The new private enforcement laws endorse what amounts to a civilized form of vigilantism. Recent years have seen an alarming number of vigilante threats or acts against immigrants seeking asylum, Black Lives Matters protesters and voting rights driv

What the Texas Abortion Ban Means For People Seeking an Abortion

Brittney McNamara TeenVogue
This is the first time a six week ban has gone into effect and the ban has handed enforcement to private citizens, rather than authorities. The bill allows private citizens to file civil lawsuits against anyone they believe “aids and abets.”
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