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U.S. Supreme Court will hear challenge to Tennessee’s ban on care for transgender minors

U.S. Supreme Court will hear challenge to Tennessee’s ban on care for transgender minors

By J. Holly McCall, Tennessee Lookout - June 24, 2024
Emergency care for pregnant women at stake in Supreme Court case, Missouri doctor warns

Emergency care for pregnant women at stake in Supreme Court case, Missouri doctor warns

By Anna Spoerre, Missouri Independent - June 18, 2024
U.S. Supreme Court overturns ban on bump stocks used in Las Vegas mass shooting

U.S. Supreme Court overturns ban on bump stocks used in Las Vegas mass shooting

By Ariana Figueroa, Pennsylvania Capital Star - June 14, 2024
U.S. Supreme Court allows access to abortion pill, unanimously rejecting Texas challenge

U.S. Supreme Court allows access to abortion pill, unanimously rejecting Texas challenge

By Eleanor Klibanoff, Texas Tribune and Karen Brooks Harper, The Texas Tribune - June 13, 2024
These U.S. Supreme Court cases could affect abortion access nationwide

These U.S. Supreme Court cases could affect abortion access nationwide

By Charlotte Rene Woods, Virginia Mercury - May 24, 2024
Rosenblum, other Democratic AGs ask SCOTUS to block red state bans on emergency abortions

Rosenblum, other Democratic AGs ask SCOTUS to block red state bans on emergency abortions

By Gloria Rebecca Gomez, Arizona Mirror - April 01, 2024
The U.S. Supreme Court could restrict medication abortion access in Minnesota, despite protections

The U.S. Supreme Court could restrict medication abortion access in Minnesota, despite protections

By Michelle Griffith, Minnesota Reformer - March 25, 2024
Will a Supreme Court decision settle Trump’s eligibility in Maine? Maybe, but more likely not.

Will a Supreme Court decision settle Trump’s eligibility in Maine? Maybe, but more likely not.

By Emma Davis, Maine Morning Star - February 09, 2024
Since Mississippi abortion law took effect, only two exceptions for rape have been allowed

Since Mississippi abortion law took effect, only two exceptions for rape have been allowed

By Rebekah Sager - August 29, 2023
Washington attorney general challenges Idaho ban on helping minors travel for abortion

Washington attorney general challenges Idaho ban on helping minors travel for abortion

By Rebekah Sager - August 16, 2023
Supreme Court reinstates Biden administration’s regulation of ghost guns

Supreme Court reinstates Biden administration’s regulation of ghost guns

By Associated Press - August 10, 2023
The changing politics of Supreme Court reform

The changing politics of Supreme Court reform

By Nick Vachon - August 08, 2023
Harris: GOP continues attacks on programs that promote diversity, equity and opportunity

Harris: GOP continues attacks on programs that promote diversity, equity and opportunity

By Oliver Willis - July 31, 2023
Democrats accuse Alabama Republicans of ignoring court order to redraw congressional map

Democrats accuse Alabama Republicans of ignoring court order to redraw congressional map

By Emily Singer - July 25, 2023
LGBTQ rights roundup: A court ruling, violence in a gender studies class, and more

LGBTQ rights roundup: A court ruling, violence in a gender studies class, and more

By Will Fritz - July 05, 2023
Abortion rights roundup: June 30, 2023

Abortion rights roundup: June 30, 2023

By Rebekah Sager - June 30, 2023
Supreme Court rejects Biden’s plan to wipe away $400 billion in student loan debt

Supreme Court rejects Biden’s plan to wipe away $400 billion in student loan debt

By Associated Press - June 30, 2023
Supreme Court strikes down affirmative action in college admissions, says race cannot be a factor

Supreme Court strikes down affirmative action in college admissions, says race cannot be a factor

By Associated Press - June 29, 2023
Grassroots groups rally in Milwaukee against Wisconsin abortion ban

Grassroots groups rally in Milwaukee against Wisconsin abortion ban

By Rebekah Sager - June 27, 2023
Opinion: One year after Dobbs, abortion rights are on the ballot

Opinion: One year after Dobbs, abortion rights are on the ballot

By TAI Contributor - June 26, 2023
New study on medical care since fall of Roe describes ‘a gross violation of common sense’

New study on medical care since fall of Roe describes ‘a gross violation of common sense’

By Rebekah Sager - June 22, 2023
Just Majority bus tour for Supreme Court reform makes stop in New York City

Just Majority bus tour for Supreme Court reform makes stop in New York City

By Will Fritz - June 20, 2023
Supreme Court rejects Texas’ attempt to undermine protections for Native American kids

Supreme Court rejects Texas’ attempt to undermine protections for Native American kids

By Josh Israel - June 16, 2023
Exclusive: A majority of voters say Justice Clarence Thomas should be impeached

Exclusive: A majority of voters say Justice Clarence Thomas should be impeached

By Nick Vachon - June 15, 2023
Confidence in Supreme Court declines to record lows since Dobbs decision

Confidence in Supreme Court declines to record lows since Dobbs decision

By Rebekah Sager - May 24, 2023
Transgender man shares how an abortion saved his life

Transgender man shares how an abortion saved his life

By Rebekah Sager and Will Fritz - May 18, 2023
Planned Parenthood joins the fight to expand the US Supreme Court

Planned Parenthood joins the fight to expand the US Supreme Court

By Rebekah Sager - May 17, 2023
Opinion: The steep cost of keeping a Supreme Court justice happy

Opinion: The steep cost of keeping a Supreme Court justice happy

By TAI Contributor - May 16, 2023
Supreme Court unanimously allows trans woman to fight deportation

Supreme Court unanimously allows trans woman to fight deportation

By Associated Press - May 13, 2023
Donald Trump says he was ‘very honored’ to help Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade

Donald Trump says he was ‘very honored’ to help Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade

By Josh Israel - May 11, 2023

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