Now women with these or other urgent reproductive health care needs are too frightened to seek timely reproductive care while providers are increasingly unwilling to offer it, both for fear of being prosecuted.
Vermont’s ruling class is considering dismantling our unique system of education to prevent a few tuition students from selecting religious schools.
There’s rampant hypocrisy in using religion to enhance privilege, power and profit to engineer a white Christian theocracy in America, in direct contravention both of the Constitution and the most basic tenets of Christianity.
Rodney Smolla has been analyzing and arguing before the Supreme Court for decades.
The Supreme Court is not the final “Decider” of what can happen in our country. “We the People” are. We just need to vote in every primary and general election.
According to some legal scholars, the U.S. Supreme Court decision around religious schools in Maine has unique consequences for Vermont — and could require the state to rethink how it funds K-12 education.
Close to 1,000 Vermonters turned out at protests Friday afternoon and evening in Bennington, Brattleboro, Burlington, Montpelier and Rutland — denouncing the decision and calling for Vermont to further protect abortion rights.
A constitutional amendment to guarantee sexual and reproductive freedoms will be on the ballot in Vermont this November.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Maine program that excluded some religious schools from receiving public money. That decision is expected to have consequences in Vermont.
How has this largely trusted American institution so quickly deteriorated into depravity? How did its majority come to rely on bumper sticker taglines, social media tropes, and arguments so weak and sloppy that they wouldn’t pass muster in a law school?
With Roe gone, states will have more control over women’s bodies than a woman herself. Would men tolerate this?
With a conservative U.S. Supreme Court majority poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, Senate Democrats on Wednesday tried and failed to pass federal abortion protections.
“Congress must pass legislation that codifies Roe v. Wade as the law of the land in this country NOW,” Sen. Bernie Sanders tweeted on Monday night.
For more than six decades, the Supreme Court has affirmed the constitutional principle that the church and the state must remain separate. But times have changed. The Supreme Court now has a conservative outlook.