Florida Man Trashes the Constitution and History in Pursuit of the White House

Thanks to an anemic opposition, Ron DeSantis won reelection by a landslide. But if national Democrats don’t learn from the Florida party’s mistakes, the governor could take his crackpot crusade even further.

Chris Lehmann for The Nation

The Movement Behind the Judge and the Junk Science Poised to Block Access to Mifepristone

Thanks to Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk, the Christian right has found a court in Texas where it thinks it can win rulings that erode abortion access even in states keeping it legal.

Amy Littlefield

For Women’s History Month, Let’s Make History

We can celebrate our progress, but this is no time to rest on our laurels. There’s still a lot to do—and to defend.

Katha Pollitt

Roe v. Wade

Headshot of the writer and activist V.

To Build a Better World, We Have to First Imagine It

V (formerly Eve Esner), author of the Vagina Monologues, discusses bodily autonomy, dismantling the patriarchy, and the pursuit of a better world.

Laura Flanders
Photos of Savita Halappanavar with the inscriptions

“She Had a Heartbeat Too”: Waiting for One Dead Woman

In Ireland, the death of Savita Halappanavar, who developed sepsis after being denied an abortion, catalyzed a revolution in the country’s abortion laws. Will the same happen here?

Amy Littlefield
Protester holding sign with Tom Petty lyrics supporting abortion access

Florida Judges Have the Power to Force Young People to Give Birth

Everything from their grades to their demeanor in the courtroom is fair game for a judge’s veto power.

Anna Eskamani


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