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Ohio’s ‘Heartbeat Bill’ May Not Be the True Threat to Abortion Rights

While it is unlikely that the outrageous measure would hold up in court, another bill in the Buckeye State that has gone widely unnoticed may represent a more imminent danger to women’s control over their own bodies.

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Sentenced to Motherhood

Dawn Porter’s “Trapped”—which airs June 20 on PBS—explores the effects of restrictive abortion laws in Texas and other parts of the country.

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Hillary Clinton Blasts Donald Trump’s Supreme Court List

Trump’s potential picks could threaten a wide range of American rights, Clinton’s campaign says.

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VIDEO: Thousands Rally as Supreme Court Hears Biggest Abortion Case in a Generation

Abortion providers in Texas argued in the Supreme Court on Wednesday against a sweeping law that would force clinics to meet stringent standards for facilities that perform the procedure. “Democracy Now!” spoke with protesters outside the court.

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A New Model in the Fight for Abortion Rights

The dramatic reversals this month of anti-gay laws in Indiana and Arkansas may offer a path for the pro-abortion-rights movement. The lesson from the LGBT community is clear: Find new allies and make noise. Lots more noise.

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Latin America’s Behind on Women’s Reproductive Rights

While other parts of the world were witnessing the growth of feminist movements, many South American countries were fighting dictatorships. For this reason, and thanks to the governments’ strong ties with the Catholic Church, many women are still denied the right to an abortion in Latin America.

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