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IVF would be covered for federal employees under proposed bipartisan bill
The legislation would require the largest employer-sponsored health insurance program in the world to cover assisted reproductive treatments and services.
Biden’s reelection could hinge on how much women voters trust him on the economy
Biden, as he launches his reelection bid, must convince voters to credit him for the rebound in women’s employment — and that he can achieve long-lasting progress on wage equality, leave and child care.
Ranked-choice voting is gaining momentum. So are efforts to stop it.
Advocates of ranked-choice voting say it helps women and people of color candidates participate in a more democratic election system. It’s part of why they see efforts to squash it as so alarming.
The North Carolina governor’s race will be fought over abortion and LGBTQ+ rights
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, who said recently that he believes God “formed” him to fight against LGBTQ+ acceptance, is expected to announce his candidacy Saturday.
Americans want change on guns. It could shape the 2024 election.
Many women, young people and people of color are motivated to organize and vote by the drumbeat of gun violence.
Florida Democrats can’t stop the GOP right now. But Nikki Fried says they’re willing to fight.
The Florida Democratic Party chair hopes protests of a recently signed six-week abortion ban and moves to energize voters around the Jacksonville mayor’s race are the start of a “rebrand” for the party.
Biden's new executive order could expand access to child care and long-term care
A series of executive actions directs federal agencies to make it easier to access child care and long-term care for older adults and those with disabilities, while increasing pay for those who provide it.
After national spotlight, here’s what hasn’t changed in Tennessee — and what might
Despite hints of shifts after a mass shooting, protests, and expulsion, White Republican men still rule Tennessee.
Florida’s new restrictions will chip away at the little abortion access left in the South
A six-week abortion ban that just passed in Florida, along with recent shifts in power in North and South Carolina, could make getting an abortion in the South go from hard to near impossible.
A rift is growing in the Republican Party over birth control
Iowa is one of several red states that has attempted to pass legislation to expand birth control access — but some anti-abortion groups oppose the move.