Amanda Duarte deleted her entire Twitter account in response to the viral outrage.
The Florida congressman tweeted a response about those speaking out against the possible overturning of the Roe v. Wade decision.
Notwithstanding our sharp disagreements and our increasingly poisonous polarization, we should condemn and reject attempts to intimidate and undermine our courts.
Speaking to Newsweek, Frank Schaeffer warned of further negative developments for sections of society if the landmark 1973 ruling is struck down.
The beloved 1987 film features a botched abortion plotline and screenwriter Eleanor Bergstein insisted that it remain in despite intense pushback.
The worker detailed the various ways in which she saw attacks and threats on the clinic during her time at a Planned Parenthood.
A "chilling" prediction tweeted by the former First Lady back in September 2018 has been widely shared in recent days.
Multiple people on social media have called for the strike to begin on Mother's Day, May 8, to protest the possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned.
As the Supreme Court looks to potentially overturn Roe v. Wade, telehealth providers and advocacy groups noted a surge in interest in abortion pills.
Ginsburg's death in late 2020 led then President Donald Trump to fill her seat with Amy Coney Barrett.
In Dobbs, many think it is unlikely that the Court will fully maintain the "right" to abortion as it now stands, which is so expansive that it makes the United States an outlier.
In light of the leak about Roe v. Wade, we look at the celebrities and politicians, young and old, who have opened up about their experiences with abortion.
"I walked proudly into Planned Parenthood," New York Attorney General Letitia James said of her decision to have an abortion. "And I make no apologies to anyone."
The anti-Trump political action committee raised alarms about a Supreme Court abortion rights opinion, saying "modern democracies" die in the courtroom.
Thousands of outraged protesters gathered in New York's Foley Square on Tuesday to demonstrate against the Supreme Court's expected reversal of Roe v. Wade.
The Florida governor said he believes that the U.S. is out-of-step on abortion when compared to other industrialized nations, including those in Europe.
Oklahoma's Republican Governor Kevin Stitt signed a Texas-style abortion ban Tuesday prohibiting pregnancy termination after six weeks.
Democratic New York state lawmakers proposed a fund to increase access to abortion care, including funding abortions for out-of-state residents.
Senate Democrats vowed to codify abortion rights in response to news the Supreme Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, but the party has few options to act.
"I think this is going to light a fire under a lot of Democrats," an electoral politics expert told Newsweek.
"This person is placing firefighters' lives and the public's safety at risk," the San Francisco Fire Department tweeted Tuesday morning.
Should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade, 13 states have laws that would quickly make abortion illegal.
In 1992, Ginsburg argued that Roe v. Wade "halted a political process that was moving in a reform direction."
Curley was previously the chief of the National Security Law Division in the office of the Judge Advocate General and has been with the Court since June 2021.
I'm one of the 30 percent of Democrats who is pro-life, who votes for the Democrats not because of abortion rights but despite them. For me, neither party represents my views on abortion.
Justices could still change their minds before the final ruling, but doing so could undermine confidence in the Supreme Court's ability to remain apolitical.
Some on the left are taking aim at those on their side of the political spectrum for allegedly laying the groundwork for such a move to take place.
The feminist group called for supporters to put pressure on elected officials to take action to protect Roe.
The proposed legislation would "enshrine the right to choose in our state constitution so that there is no doubt as to the right to abortion in this state."