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npr: The abortion rate in the United States fell to its lowest level since the historic Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalized abortion nationwide a new report finds. The report by the Guttmacher Institute a research group that supports legalized abortion puts the rate at 14.6 abortions per 1000 women of childbearing age (ages 15-44) in 2014. Thats the lowest recorded rate since the Roe decision in 1973. The abortion rate has been declining for decades down from a peak of 29.3 in…

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Rise of the third gender

The recent Supreme Court decision to recognise the third gender is an extremely belated but welcome move #DailyMail

Donald Trump warned against scrapping Paris climate deal

Todd Stern also said that a recent supreme court decision to block Obama’s clean power plan would not affect US climate pledges. The US political system is a total disgrace &, in many respects it makes a complete mockery of the "democratic" process. Revolving around the curse of money & wealth the whole process is sordid & simply theatre. What a farce - little wonder growing numbers want meaningful change!

Meet the Alabama judges who refuse to issue marriage licenses – gay or straight

Many residents in conservative Alabama are feeling shell-shocked at the recent US supreme court decision on gay marriage – and are going on the defensive

Impact Of Supreme Court Decisions

5 Recent Supreme Court Decisions And What They Mean For You

The Hobby Lobby ruling proves men of the law still can't get over 'immoral' women having sex

The supreme court Hobby Lobby decision is heartbreaking.

The Supreme Court's Cold Indifference to America's Workers

The Supreme Court's Cold Indifference to America's Workers In a pair of term-end cases, the Court feels the pain of everybody but employees....

The Hobby Lobby ruling proves men of the law still can't get over 'immoral' women having sex

Thirty-five years ago, cultural critic Ellen Willis wrote, "it is depressing to have to insist that sex is not an unnecessary, morally dubious self-indulgence but a basic human need, no less for women than for men".