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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, some anti-abortion protesters are still doing the unthinkable: doubling down to threaten patients and clinics providing essential reproductive healthcare in key cities—from San Francisco to Charlotte.
Right now, women in healthcare are on the frontlines of the response to COVID-19, risking their safety every day to save the lives of those critically ill. Yet, while women make up 78 percent of the healthcare field overall, they consistently make less than their male counterparts across the board.
Tell Congress to pass universal paid sick leave and paid family medical leave—not just in response to the COVID-19 crisis, but permanently.
The U.S. and the Taliban signed an agreement this past Saturday. The agreement has no guarantees for Afghan women’s rights, human rights and the Afghan Constitution—and makes no commitment to preserve and continue the groundbreaking progress achieved in the last 20 years.
Louisiana’s Act 620, which requires doctors performing abortions to have admission privileges at a state-authorized hospital within 30 miles of the clinic, could have devastating consequences for abortion access in Louisiana and would set a dangerous precedent that could undermine Roe v. Wade and endanger women’s lives across the country.
The ERA has met the requirement of approval by three-fourths of the states and should be enshrined in the Constitution.
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At last! At last! The ERA was completely and finally ratified today by both the Senate and the House of Virginia, and has become the 38th and final state needed to put the ERA in the U.S. Constitution.
The decision by Old Dominion state lawmakers makes Virginia the 38th and final state needed to make the ERA part of the Constitution.