In a pair of new lawsuits filed on Dec. 10, four pilots and four flight attendants that work for Frontier Airlines say that the airline refused to accommodate breastfeeding parents by prohibiting pumping on the job and not providing legally mandated accommodations.
The Association of American Medical Colleges revealed earlier this month that 50.5% of all medical students in 2019 were women.
Dr. Heaps, who retired from UCLA in 2018, allegedly grabbed the patient’s breasts and buttocks, according to the Times, among other inappropriate acts.
At the end of 2019, Jacqueline Amos, the only employee of the Mississippi Democratic Party’s headquarters in Jackson, Mississippi, will walk out of the office for the last time as a paid employee.
A recent Government Accountability Office report found that not only has the number of pregnant women jailed for immigration violations risen 52 percent, but that they are also being held for longer periods.
The ride-share juggernaut Uber released its first study reviewing their service’s safety, only to find that 3,045 sexual assaults were reported during rides taken in 2018 in the United States.
A new study from the Guttmacher Institute found that while abortion restrictive legislation is on the rise, more policies protecting and expanding abortion access were passed in 2019 than in the preceding decade.
U.S. Supreme Court Allows Kentucky Law Forcing Patients Seeking Abortions To Undergo Ultrasounds To Stand
The Court effectively upheld a Kentucky law that requires patients seeking abortions to witness an ultrasound before undergoing the procedure, and for doctors to make those patients listen to a fetal heartbeat.
In a lawsuit filed on behalf of a Minnesota woman, human rights nonprofit Gender Justice is suing a pharmacist for denying emergency contraception because of personal beliefs.