“The lives of doctors and clinic staff are being threatened as we speak. This decision emboldens more extreme violence, harassment, and intimidation of women and health care providers in the name of free speech.”
The US Supreme Court ruled yesterday that anti-choice group Susan B. Anthony List (SBA) could challenge an Ohio state law prohibiting “false statements” in political campaign speech.
The New York City law immediately became a target after it passed in 2011.
The Supreme Court yesterday upheld a Michigan state constitutional ban on affirmative action for women and minorities in public education, employment, and contracting.
We need you to stand with us at the Supreme Court on March 25 to preserve contraceptive access for millions of women.
91 House Democrats, 19 Senate Democrats, and the National Women’s Law Center filed separate amicus briefs Tuesday in support of the contraceptive coverage benefit in the Affordable Care Act.
This case is not about free speech. It is about protecting women and reproductive health clinic doctors and staff from anti-abortion extremists who are willing to resort to violence and murder.
The Supreme Court decided today to reject a case that would have been a direct assault on Roe v. Wade.
“It does not merely make information available to a woman who wishes to terminate her pregnancy … it compels women to undergo an invasive medical examination and listen to a state-scripted narrative even if they object.”
“We now look to the Supreme Court to protect women’s access to these essential health care services while we fight this critical court battle.”
Without much explanation, the US Supreme Court took a major abortion case off of its docket today, providing relief for abortion rights supporters concerned about how the conservative court may have decided the case.
An Oklahoma law that could outlaw all drug-induced abortions – and could have a sweeping impact on other abortion laws across the nation – is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Department of Justicen will seek preclearance of voting laws from areas through federal courts in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to nullify Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.
Attempts at voter suppression from the recent past attest to the idea that discrimination remains incredibly rampant and is often best stopped with federal intervention.
Today is the big day—our lovely U.S. Supreme Court stood with LGBT people on the right side of history.
So much SCOTUS, so little time. Here’s our take on two of the high court’s decisions from Monday.
Today the Supreme Court issued an opinion in the case on the affirmative action program at the University of Texas at Austin campus, deciding to send the case back to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals for further scrutiny in a seven to one decision.
On Monday, the United States Supreme Court struck down an Arizona law requiring voters to provide proof of citizenship before being allowed register to vote.
Are you or someone you love in a committed same-sex relationship, hoping to get married? The national debate over marriage equality is about to enter a new phase, as multiple cases make their way to the United States Supreme Court. SCOTUS begins a new session next Monday, and today, in private conference, the Court will […]
The Feminist Majority Foundation and Ms. magazine are elated that the Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act–the most important advance for women in nearly 40 years. Feminists are determined to protect the gains of the Affordable Care Act, which will protect the lives and health of millions of women and […]