Stories tagged: "Reproductive Freedom for All"


A growing number of faith leaders are throwing their support behind Proposal 3 in Michigan.
Michigan Clergy Endorse Proposal 3 in Last-Minute Conservative Shift

More than a dozen faith leaders from a wide range of denominations from across the state gathered for a summit of sorts to encourage Michiganders to vote yes on Proposal 3 on Nov. 8—joining a growing list of conservative voices who now support the initiative to protect reproductive freedom.

Danilo Gurovich is a strategic technology architect in Marine City, Michigan.
Op-Ed: ‘My grandmother died from an illegal abortion.’

"My grandmother was a hardworking subsistence farmer and mother to three children. When she bled on her bed from a botched abortion, she became one of thousands of women to lose their lives to the criminalized procedure."

Macomb Co. Commissioner Veronica Klinfelt is running for State Senate in District 11. (Photo via Facebook)
Op-Ed: In a Post-Dobbs World, Every Election Matters

As a woman who came of age after Roe v. Wade, it’s difficult to believe that my daughters now live in a world where they have fewer choices than the women of my generation did. 

A row of voting booths at a polling station. (Image via Shutterstock)
Quick-Reference Guide to Michigan’s 3 Ballot Proposals

Michiganders will see three proposals on their November ballot. Here's a quick-reference guide to all of them.

Kelly Dillaha, second from left, talks during a Red Wine and Blue event in Utica, Mich., Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Michigan Women Fight for Reproductive Freedom—1 Chat at a Time

Michigan is one of a handful of places where reproductive freedom will be on the ballot in November, after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June and left the issue to states to decide. A ban approved in 1931 was suspended, then struck down by state court rulings—but it is no guarantee that the procedure won't one day be outlawed.

Voters in November could get an opportunity to add abortion rights to the state constitution.
Are You Striking for Women’s Rights on Friday? Learn Why #DayWithoutUs Is Asking You To 

Organizers in Michigan and across the country are asking people to stay home from work and school this Friday, Sept. 30, in response to Roe v. Wade's overturn.

Ashley Lefebvre and Ian Jones hold the ashes of their baby, who they named Rowan, while posing for a portrait in their home in Clay, N.Y., on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022. Ashley Lefebvre had a surgical abortion this past May because the baby had Down syndrome and other abnormalities that were likely fatal. The baby would've been the couple's first child. (AP Photo/Lauren Petracca)
These Women Had To End Wanted Pregnancies. Here Are Their Stories.

Women say abortion care for medical reasons doesn't feel like a choice—instead they are forced upon them by the condition of the fetus they carry. And the constant drumbeat of new abortion bans, rulings and news since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade has reopened raw wounds.