On Wednesday morning, two lawsuits were filed challenging state restrictions on medication abortion, which plaintiffs argue are not in line with the Food and Drug Administration’s updated Risk and Evaluation Management Strategy (REMS) requirements.
If you’ve been on the internet at all today, you know that Sunday, Jan. 22 marked what would have been the 50th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade ruling that declared a Constitutional right to abortion.
Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration took new steps to increase access to abortion medication by making it available to retail pharmacies
In a post-Roe America, the significance of a Safe Haven Baby Box draws renewed focus.
The federal government last year added the cancer to its list of covered conditions linked to the World Trade Center attacks of Sept. 11. That decision has not been enacted, leaving women with 9/11-linked uterine cancer in limbo
Gift-givers, y'all are running out of time. Here's a guide for getting them what they want while also doing good in a post-Roe America.
Information Reckon obtained via public information requests and other sources shows how a deliberate disinformation campaign fueled outrage that tore this mid-size Southern city apart—and how the same scenarios are playing out in cities across the country, stoking hate that too often results in violence.
Georgia state Rep. Dar'shun Kendrick introduced the Georgia Pro-Birth Accountability Act, which would require the state to fund medical, mental health, and legal costs related to pregnancy and post-partum care, as well as the life of a child through the age of 18.
There are and always will be the “legitimate” things of life that come to distract me from pursuing my purpose. I plan to align my life with my vision, not the other way around.
In her book “Heretic,” Kadlec chronicles her experience of getting divorced, leaving Christianity and finding a new, more queer, spiritual community.
Nancy Pelosi was the first female Speaker of the House, and her exit is historic, just as her ascension was. And to be abundantly clear, she did not hold onto her position for nearly two decades by virtue of anything less than a near-superhuman level of tenacity and dedication.
A judge has ruled that the law cannot be enforced because two parts of the law “were plainly unconstitutional when drafted, voted upon, and enacted.”
If we sow into our people this fall, the family and community will remain close and bloom bountifully this coming spring.
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How an Atlanta ‘indie’ abortion clinic pivoted to wellness for survival post-Roe