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In Overturning Roe, Radical Supreme Court Declares War on the 14th Amendment

Jordan Smith

Alito’s opinion completely elides the significance of the 14th Amendment, which was explicitly designed to address the particular horrors of slavery, including the right of individuals to determine whether, with whom, and when to form a family.

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Case of 11-Year-Old Brazilian Girl Denied Abortion Holds Stark Warning for Post-Roe U.S.

Natasha Lennard

The Brazilian case shows what happens when reproductive rights are treated as a last resort rather than a public good.

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FBI Raid on Trump Justice Department Official Signals a Criminal Investigation May Be Starting

James Risen

Attorney General Merrick Garland has been criticized for not going after the powerful people responsible for inciting the January 6 insurrection.

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Right-Wing Supreme Court Continues Its “Great Fraud” About the Second Amendment

Jon Schwarz

As former Chief Justice Warren Burger said: “The Framers clearly intended to secure the right to bear arms essentially for military purposes.”

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Video: The New Fight for Reproductive Freedom

The Intercept

On the day the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, a conversation on what can be done right now to minimize the impact of this decision on the most vulnerable people.

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With the Corpse of Roe Still Warm, Far Right Plots Fascistic Anti-Abortion Enforcement

Natasha Lennard

With the end of Roe v. Wade achieved, the fascist right is setting its sights on shutting down all abortion solidarity and assistance.

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More People Will Die

Bryce Covert

The Supreme Court is taking away a fundamental bodily right — and condemning pregnant people to financial suffering and possible death.

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Atlanta’s Gang Indictment Takes On an Institution

George Chidi

The argument that RICO prosecution should be reserved for cartels and corporations ignores the power of Atlanta’s music industry.

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Network of Safe Houses in Afghanistan to Shut Down as Funding Dries Up

Ryan Grim

“There’s definitely a sentiment out there that Afghanistan is so backwards and ‘lost’ that it isn’t worth trying anymore,” said Ryan Mauro, director of the Afghan Liberty Project.

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Mix of State and Federal Funding Raises Questions About Danny Davis Campaign Committees

Akela Lacy

An ad paid for by Davis’s state committee did not mention his role with the Illinois Democratic Party, instead highlighting his work in U.S. Congress.

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Beyond Revenge, What Does Jane’s Revenge Want?

Judith Levine

The attacks on anti-abortion centers express a necessary militant fury. But the conflation of militance with violence is a mistake.

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The Interstate Tug-of-War Over Reproductive Freedom

Jordan Smith

As states like Illinois work to expand abortion access in the wake of Roe, others, like Missouri, will seek to assert control over their residents.

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