Monthly Archives: November 2015

Anti-choice Protesters Still Fighting to Knock Down Pittsburgh Buffer Zone

On Friday, November 6, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit will hear oral argument in Bruni v. City of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh buffer zone case. Earlier this year, a federal judge upheld the … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It: October at the Women’s Law Project

We know you are busy and as you’ll read, so are we, so we’re bringing back our monthly wrap-up posts to make it easier for you to keep up with everything going on at The Women’s Law Project. We’re leading … Continue reading

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Attention Feminists: You Need to Vote Tomorrow

We don’t just mean that you have a civic obligation to go to the voting booth tomorrow, although of course you do. You need to vote tomorrow for an even bigger reason than the usual big reasons: tomorrow’s judicial election … Continue reading

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