Last Sunday, the first season of HBO’s latest comedy Togetherness came to an end. The final moments of the episode, “Not So Together,” highlighted the subtle suspense perfected by the writer and director team made up of brothers Mark and Jay Duplass.
This is the guy writing our national reproductive health policies: Texas Senator John Coryn wrote language into an anti-human trafficking bill that would ban a victim restitution fund from covering the cost of abortions.
The Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act was poised to be the rarest of federal bills: one that passed through the usually deadlocked Senate with bipartisan support.
In New Orleans, access to abortion is becoming more and more off-limits. Photo by Viewminder.
All across the country, conservative political groups are rolling back abortion access with small laws that chip away at reproductive health clinics. In Louisiana, for example, state lawmakers passed a bill that requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at area hospitals.