Assuming they had the votes, should Democrats carve out yet another exception?
Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban may or may not be back in effect.
Susan Collins and other Senators claiming otherwise are just wrong.
POLITICO has obtained what purports to be the 1st draft of the opinion.
Oral arguments on the biggest abortion case in decades will be heard today.
Is the Chief Justice laying a trap or simply ‘calling balls and strikes’?
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has blocked a Mississippi law that banned nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy.
A Federal District court Judge in Alabama has blocked implementation of that state’s latest attempt to challenge Roe v. Wade
A new poll finds that public support for abortion rights is increasing, but it also shows growing support for extreme views at both ends of the spectrum.
After coming under attack from within his own party, former Vice-President Joe Biden has changed his position on the Hyde Amendment.
Former Vice-President Biden has come under fire for his longtime support for the Hyde Amendment.
Kamala Harris is trying to jump-start her Presidential campaign with an idea for a new law, but it’s probably unconstitutional and would never get through Congress.
New polling shows support for abortion rights rising amid a plethora of new laws aimed at striking down Roe v. Wade
The Supreme Court sent a signal yesterday that seems to indicate how it might deal with future abortion law challenges and it doesn’t bode well for pro-lifers.
A Federal Judge in Mississippi has blocked Mississippi’s law that purports to ban abortions after detection of a fetal heartbeat.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against Alabama’s patently unconstitutional abortion law.
A new poll shows that roughly two-thirds of Americans, including a large number of Republicans, do not want to see Roe v. Wade overturned.
Republicans have spent the past week putting as much distance as they can between themselves and the latest round of radical anti-abortion laws.
Following in the footsteps of Alabama, the Missouri legislature has passed a law that would severely restrict abortion rights in the Show Me State.
Despite similar paths to the Supreme Court, it turns out the two don’t share the same style and approach.
Late last night, the Supreme Court blocked a Louisiana abortion law from going into effect, the first significant abortion rights ruling since Justice Kavanaugh took the bench.
National and Virginia Democratic officials are calling on Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to resign over racist photos in his 1984 medical school yearbook.
The Supreme Court declined to hear a case involving state laws banning Medicaid reimbursement for non-abortion services provided by Planned Parenthood.
A Mississippi law that seeks to ban most abortions after 15 weeks was struck down by a Federal District Court Judge.
Tip O’Neill was famous for once having advised his fellow Democrats that “all politics is local.” That’s not true anymore, and that’s unfortunate.
With the support of two holdout Senators, the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh now appears to be all but official.
While I was originally content to let Brett Kavanaugh sail through to confirmation, I now feel compelled to oppose his nomination to be a Supreme Court Justice.
Republicans intend to “plow through” on the Kavanaugh nomination even after yesterday’s hearing, but it’s not clear that they have the votes to confirm him.
In the past, President Trump has threatened to shut down the government if the doesn’t get what he wants in the budget. The latest budget deal effectively dares him to do it.
The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh is, effectively, assured. Democrats should be careful about how much further they push their opposition.
Day One of questions for Judge Brett Kavanaugh went about as you’d expect.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh reportedly told Senator Susan Collins that he considers Roe v. Wade
“settled law.” This will likely be enough to get her support and that of another holdout Republican Senator.
A fourth poll in less than a month shows that most Americans support keeping the rights protected in Roe v. Wade alive.
As Washington gets ready to fight a new battle over Roe v. Wade an new poll shows that most Americans oppose overturning that decision.
In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court struck down a California law requiring Crisis Pregnancy Centers to provide information about abortion.
The Trump Administration’s School Safety Commission isn’t getting off to a very good start.
How far should judicial confirmation hearings go in asking potential Judges and Justices their opinions about issues that may come before them?
Tomorrow, Irish voters will head to the polls to decide whether or not to scrap a Constitutional Amendment that bans abortion in essentially all circumstances.
While the Trump Administration slowly tries to remake the Federal Judiciary, states are moving to pass radical new challenges to Roe v. Wade.
The Supreme Court appears ready to strike down a California law requiring Crisis Pregnancy Centers to provide information on abortion.
Mississippi has passed a law that seems designed to directly challenge the underpinnings of Roe v. Wade.
Women voters are turning decidedly against Donald Trump, this could pose problems for Republican in 2018 and beyond.
As expected, Minnesota’s Governor has named his Lt. Governor to replace Al Franken in the Senate.