Today, on the 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court case that made legal a woman’s right to choose an abortion, organizations and individuals are thinking about what Roe v. Wade means to them. Read what Bolder Advocacy staffer Keely Monroe is hopeful for in 2015.
On the exhilaration of hearing the decisions with a rainbow-clad crowd of people in front of the Court.
Two longtime funders of LGBT equality share their reflections on today’s decisions.
Today’s decisions by the Supreme Court clearly give legal validation to a movement that is hitting its stride.
The to-do list in the post-Shelby County landscape is formidable.
A longtime funder of voting rights work, Geri Mannion of the Carnegie Corporation reacts to yesterday’s decision.
In a little-noticed decision last week, the Supreme Court affirmed the right of nonprofits to express their views.
Yesterday’s decision was a victory for the landmark health care law, but contained a worrying signal that other progressive reforms may be challenged in the future.
What are the foundations that invest in health care saying about the Supreme Court ruling on the health care law?
Groups from around the country are crafting rapid response plans to push out their messages when the Supreme Court’s decision on the health care act is announced.