Tag Archives: 2015

2015: The Good, the Bad, and the Very, Very Ugly

There’s no need to sugarcoat 2015: The attack on reproductive rights is still going strong. A well-funded anti-choice movement is attempting to block not only women’s access to legal abortion, but contraception and preventative care also. Clinic violence and targeted … Continue reading

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State of the States: Abortion Access in 2015

The headline-grabbing attacks on abortion access and reproductive rights in the latter half of 2015—while outrageous—are a continuation of years of extreme hostility in state legislatures. It is the result of a well-coordinated, well-financed political network intent on dismantling our … Continue reading

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

Contributions to Justice Our Executive Director Carol Tracy celebrated her 25th anniversary leading the Women’s Law Project by traveling to Washington, DC to be honored with the President’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to Justice from the American Society of Criminology. … 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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