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North Carolina’s Devastating New Abortion Ban and the Fight Ahead

Billy Corriher Slate
North Carolina has been here before. From 2013 through 2018, Republicans had a veto-proof supermajority in the Legislature. They engaged in a series of power grabs. North Carolina’s citizens can rally to save the state’s democracy once again.

The Other Abortion Pill Option

Katelyn Jetelina and Heidi Moseson Your Local Epdemiologist
A really important piece of the abortion rights story has gotten little attention the past few weeks: even if mifepristone is severely restricted, we have another option.

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Is Kentucky the New Kansas?

Deborah Yetter Louisville Courier-Journal
On Nov. 8, Kentucky will vote on a constitutional amendment which, if approved, would eliminate the right to abortion in Kentucky's Constitution. The proposed amendment was approved last year by the Republican-controlled Kentucky General Assembly.
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