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Why top abortion rights groups could sit out Arizona’s key 2024 Senate race
Several progressives and advocates told The 19th that Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s break with abortion rights groups could complicate her possible path to reelection.
Judy Chu — the first Chinese-American woman elected to Congress — reflects on history-making career
She started out in politics to better represent the Asian-American community. Thirty-five years later, she continues to fight against hate and advocate for the marginalized.
What a town hall and a trial say about character, credibility and the 2024 election
As we look toward a Biden-Trump rematch in 2024, a lot about the candidates, the press and our politics feels familiar. But some things have undeniably changed.
Three GOP-led states are set to vote on new abortion bans today
If passed, the new bans — 12-week prohibitions in North Carolina and Nebraska, and a six-week ban in South Carolina — could further erode access to care.
CNN aired Trump’s election lies this week. For election workers, it has consequences.
Election workers, a predominantly women-led workforce, have had little respite from the effects of conspiracy theories.
Abortion bans are unpopular. Republicans are passing them anyway.
In some cases, anti-abortion legislators have been forced to backtrack from some more restrictive proposals. In others, they’ve tried to subvert the lawmaking process to avoid blowback.
An abortion pill distributor reportedly won’t supply the drug to pharmacies in 31 states. House Democrats want answers.
A letter led by the House Democratic Women’s Caucus shared first with The 19th asks AmerisourceBergen for the full list of states where it reportedly won’t distribute mifepristone to pharmacies.
Virginia could be key to abortion access in the South. Its laws could hinge on this Democratic primary.
Lashrecse Aird is challenging incumbent state Sen. Joe Morrissey, a disbarred defense attorney who has faced a number of personal scandals and who has not been clear on what, if any, restrictions he would support or oppose.
Trump uses CNN town hall to insult a woman he assaulted
The crowd of potential GOP primary voters in New Hampshire responded to Trump’s attacks on E. Jean Carroll, who won a civil suit against him Tuesday, with laughter.
Jury finds Donald Trump assaulted, defamed E. Jean Carroll
A nine-member jury returned the verdict after hours of deliberations in a civil trial that began in late April and spanned several weeks.