After the Whole Women’s Health abortion clinic in Austin was shut down last year due to Texas’ House Bill 2, the organization’s president, Amy Hagstrom Miller, has launched a nonprofit in its place to help educate and facilitate more informed conversations about abortion.
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The legal challenges to Texas’ abortion restrictions will amble on for some time: But even if the pro-life coalition loses, it wins.
John Savage dives into the for-profit college industry and discovers a business model that soaks up federal student aid to the detriment of taxpayers and the students it’s meant to serve.
Abortion rights groups seek to block ambulatory surgical care center rule and to shield El Paso and McAllen abortion clinics from admitting privileges mandate.
Freelance writer Saul Elbein stops by discuss his story about America’s conspiracy theory culture. Then he accuses us of being lizard people. No, seriously.
Staff writer Patrick Michels discusses his story from the November issue about superintendents promising to save struggling school districts.
The craziest, stupidest and funniest stuff people have said, tweeted or—in the case of the sign guy—held… so far in the abortion fight.
Seventeen days after Wendy Davis’ dramatic 11-hour filibuster, Texas Republicans finally got their anti-abortion bill on Friday.
Sen. Wendy Davis talks about the abortion bill’s potential impacts and the state of women’s health in Texas in this Q&A.