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Maine Won’t Let Nurse Practitioners Perform Early Abortions, and It’s Harming Our Patients — So I’m Suing

I’m a nurse practitioner who has sent away patients in desperate situations even though I can provide abortion care safely.

By Julie Jenkins
September 21, 2017

ACLU and Planned Parenthood Take on Unconstitutional Abortion Restrictions in Maine

We’re challenging a law that harms patients by blocking qualified clinicians from performing abortions.

By Julia Kaye
September 20, 2017

Same-Sex Couples Are Being Turned Away From Becoming Foster and Adoptive Parents in Michigan. So We’re Suing.

We’re suing in Michigan because LGBT parents should not be turned away from adoption agencies because of who they are.

By Leslie Cooper
September 20, 2017

At U.N., Trump Hides Behind ‘Sovereignty’ to Shield His Administration From Scrutiny

Trump mentioned “sovereignty” 21 times at the UN today. Here’s what he was getting at.

By Joshua Manson
September 19, 2017

Congress and Trump Administration Stomp on an Obama-Era Equal Pay Initiative

We need to preserve pay data to begin to achieve true equality in the workplace.

By Vania Leveille
September 14, 2017

We Are Asking the Court to Put an Immediate Stop to the President’s Anti-Trans Military Ban

Military personnel who are transgender deserve better.

By Chase Strangio
September 14, 2017

Warrantless Border Searches of Smartphones Are Skyrocketing. We’re Suing to Stop Them.

The border should not serve as a dragnet for law enforcement to pry into our personal and professional lives.

By Hugh Handeyside, Esha Bhandari
September 13, 2017

President Trump and Attorney General Sessions Want to Enshrine a Business Right to Discriminate Into the Constitution

If Masterpiece Cakeshop wins at the Supreme Court, the ruling will undermine more than the nation’s nondiscrimination laws.

By James Esseks
September 7, 2017

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