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This Monday, stand with #TexasWomenForever

Tweet Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Alison Turkos, Co-Chair of the Board of the New York Abortion Access Fund. When she’s not breaking down barriers to abortion access she’s probably talking about how much she loves Vermont. I fund abortions in New York and I do so proudly, but let the record [...]
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Report finds Latinas face human rights violations in Texas

TweetThe Texas legislature has made a name for itself as a foe of reproductive justice. The state has passed, then struck down, then reinstated some of the most draconian laws designed to prevent people from accessing abortion care. Of course, these tend to be low-income people of color, immigrants, and otherwise marginalized people. Tweet
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Fifth Circuit reinstates Texas anti-choice restrictions

Tweet Late yesterday, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down Tuesday’s injunction by the lower court of Texas’ draconian anti-choice law. The three- judge panel, all appointed by President George W. Bush, granted the state’s request to reinstate the law that requires abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital (within 30 [...]
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Breaking News: Federal judge declares Texas abortion restrictions unconstitutional

Tweet Some good news on the abortion access front today: a judge has ruled that new abortion restrictions in Texas are unconstitutional and will not go into affect Tuesday: Tweet
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Quick hit: A template for writing about Wendy Davis

TweetHave you read any articles discussing Wendy Davis’ gubernatorial candidacy in Texas? They seem to follow a mold. Tweet
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