Stories tagged: "abortion"


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Cinco cosas que debes saber sobre la candidata republicana a fiscal general de Nevada, Sigal Chattah

Sigal Chattah se opone a la libertad reproductiva, quiere que sea más difícil votar y se opone a las leyes de seguridad de armas.

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Five Things to Know About Nevada’s Republican Nominee for Attorney General Sigal Chattah

Chattah opposes reproductive freedom, wants to make it harder to vote, has smeared teachers as "groomers," opposes gun safety laws, and made appalling statements about her opponent.

Washington, DC/USA - June 3, 2019: Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler speaks at the National Press Club. (Image via Shutterstock)
The EPA Is Refusing to Regulate a Dangerous Chemical Tied to Brain Damage in Infants

This is just the latest in a string of decisions by Trump's EPA to not regulate a toxic chemical that can adversely impact fetuses and children.

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Worried About Health and Finances, More Women Are Seeking Abortions During Coronavirus

Some clinics are seeing patients who traveled hundreds of miles from states such as Texas, which has banned abortions during much of the pandemic on grounds they are nonessential.

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Iowa Sued for Declaring Abortion a Non-Essential Procedure

Abortion advocates filed a lawsuit on Monday to block Gov. Kim Reynolds' proclamation to suspend all non-essential medical procedures from including surgical abortions.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is joined by state and city officials as he gives an update on the coronavirus outbreak, Monday, March 16, 2020, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Texas and Ohio Order Hospitals to Stop ‘Non-Essential’ Procedures. That Includes Abortion.

Clinics, abortion rights groups and some state lawmakers pushed back, saying abortions are both essential and time-sensitive.