The bill, which also defines a fertilized egg as a human life, would make both healthcare providers who perform abortions and the patients that undergo the procedure punishable by imprisonment.
While the results of the 2016 election negatively impacted girls’ faith in the government’s ability to help people — especially those who identify as Democrats — their faith rebounded after a slew of high profile women candidates won seats in Congress after the 2018 midterm elections.
A former McDonald’s employee filed a class-action lawsuit against the company and one of its franchises in Michigan on November 12.
The bill, sponsored by Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), removes provisions that were added in 2013 and which were included in a House version passed earlier this year that aimed to protect Native women from all forms of violence and abuse.
While having the right equipment is important when it comes to pumping on the job, having the space and time to do so is also crucial.
The report’s depiction of Sherine and Maria’s experiences is, in many ways, representative of the experiences of homeless mothers across the country, as well as New York City specifically, where there are 114,085 homeless students.
Plenty of reporting shows that women’s prisons can be rife with unsanitary conditions, toxic cultures, and sexual violence — and that incarcerated women can do little to seek accountability and safety. Two separate, recent cases reiterated this reality.