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Senators are pushing to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. Will it help Indigenous communities?

The 2022 version of VAWA would include new provisions expanding tribal jurisdiction over gendered violence

California said it would be a ‘sanctuary’ for reproductive rights. It just took a big first step.

Earlier this month, AG Robert Bonta issued the state’s first legal alert, which took up the issue of miscarriage and stillbirths

Andrea Jenkins is the nation’s first openly trans city council president. Here’s her plan for Minneapolis.

The city is still trying to piece itself together after the police murder of George Floyd in 2020

For these congresswomen of color, the Jan. 6 attack still isn’t over

Many said they felt uniquely vulnerable in the Capitol that day. We asked more than a dozen to reflect a year later.

The new face of the antiabortion movement is a young mom of 6 who listens to Lizzo

State Rep. Mary Elizabeth Coleman just filed a Texas-style abortion ban in Missouri

Why doesn’t Biden use the word ‘abortion’ more?

Biden’s statement on the Texas abortion ban did not include the word. It’s part of a larger trend, experts say.

The first ‘Momnibus’ bill was signed into law. Other strides for Black maternal health could follow.

The Build Back Better Act includes many provisions from the Momnibus package

The woman who could bring down Roe v. Wade

Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch believes abortion bans empower women. She’s taking that argument to the Supreme Court.

Vermont has never sent a woman to Congress. That could soon change.

Sen. Leahy’s retirement could open a path for a woman to make history

What Youngkin’s win means for abortion rights in Virginia

The governor-elect has promised to go ‘on offense’ on abortion