Legal contraception for single people has been a fight for over 40 years, and the latest challenges suggest the fight isn’t ending soon.
By all accounts, the women’s rights advocates who fought to reauthorize VAWA never made EC a priority.
It’s time to leverage the VAWA victory and turn our attention to the needs of women and girls around the world.
Both arms of Congress have finally reauthorized a version of VAWA that doesn’t purposefully exclude people on the basis of their ethnicity, immigration status, or sexual orientation.
As Congress works to pass a new immigration law, legislators must realize that neither a border nor the threat of detention will keep a determined parent from trying to reach a child who needs her care.
At the center of recent legal and legislative battles is the question of how to determine the exact moment when everyone truly has equal opportunities.
The House of Representatives is expected to vote on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) today, the final day of Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness Month. So what’s at stake for youth?
The Senate votes 78-22 to reauthorize VAWA.
Abortion or no abortion is a choice, but that is not the choice of the United States government, that is not the choice of men. It is the choice of that soul housed in that vessel that is the body.
The House Republicans finish off the lame duck session with one last thumbing of the nose at women.