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The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. This dashboard provides updates on the current status of abortion rights in each state.

Jasmine Mithani, Shefali Luthra, Abby Johnston

From marriage equality to interracial marriage, Supreme Court conservatives appear divided on handling civil rights after Roe decision

The court’s majority and concurring opinion preview a debate over protections such as the right to marriage equality, contraception, interracial marriage and same-sex relations.

Shefali Luthra

Why didn’t Congress codify abortion rights?

In the 49 years since the Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade, lawmakers have attempted to both shore up abortion rights and to overturn the decision — all while abortion transformed national politics. 

Amanda Becker

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