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Katie Klabusich


Southern California, CA, United States

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Past articles by Katie:

“Roe v. Wade” is being chipped away. Will we lose it altogether this year?

Is this the year when we could lose protection of our abortion rights? → Read More

Amid the Bans, Abortion Advocates Are Winning Key State Victories

States offering new protections and expanding abortion access can become sanctuaries far beyond their borders. → Read More

Georgia Joins National Anti-Abortion Onslaught With "Heartbeat Ban"

Advocates fear this law will exacerbate Georgia's already inexcusably high maternal mortality rate. → Read More

21 Attorneys General File Suit Against Trump Attack on Abortion

The suit alleges that Trump's domestic gag rule interferes with the doctor-patient relationship. → Read More

2018 Was Hostile Year for Reproductive Rights. Will 2019 Bring More of the Same?

If “Roe” goes, the outlook for the majority of those living in this country is bleak. → Read More

Why Now More Than Ever We Need 'Shout Your Abortion'

The new book is poised to be a vital tool for person-to-person connection and part of the broader work for culture-wide change. → Read More

Voters in Alabama and West Virginia Approve Anti-Abortion Measures

The two states doubled down on anti-abortion laws as Oregon overwhelmingly rejected an abortion restriction measure. → Read More

California's "Pro-Choice" Governor Vetoes Abortion Access Bill

Pro-choice legislators often don't understand the lives or needs of those who seek abortion care. → Read More

Self-Managed Abortion Care Becomes Urgent as Threats to Roe v. Wade Mount

Reproductive justice advocates are looking at countries where abortion is not legal for safe workarounds. → Read More

It’s Not All in Your Head: New Book Sheds Light on 'Bad Medicine and Lazy Science' Harming Women

In Doing Harm, Maya Dusenbery pulls back the curtain on the history and current state of the medical profession to explain why women with chronic illness are not receiving the care they need. → Read More

Adult Adoption and Creating the Family I Need

For me, considering going through the adoption process as an adult is about having the right to configure my family the way that’s best for me—a right we should all have. → Read More

“And the Spirit Moved Them” Introduces Readers to America’s First Feminists

The beginning of the women’s rights movement was not the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848. → Read More

Single-Payer: A Reproductive Justice Value

Everyone deserves access to adequate health care. → Read More

All Politics Is Reproductive Politics: New Book Explores Equality Fight in Context

“We can’t understand the rise of Trump, or combat the forces he represents, without attention to reproductive politics," explains University of Massachusetts, Amherst professor Laura Briggs in How All Politics Became Reproductive Politics: From Welfare Reform to Foreclosure to Trump. → Read More

Congress Uses Las Vegas Massacre to Push Abortion Ban

House Republicans said the Las Vegas massacre compelled them to vote on the bill. → Read More

Advocates Set Sights on OTC Birth Control Pill on World Contraception Day

An over-the-control birth control pill is literally on the horizon, according to Ibis Reproductive Health Vice President for Development and Public Affairs Britt Wahlin. → Read More

Independent Clinic Closures Put Abortion Access at Risk

Independent clinics are vital to making abortion accessible. → Read More

New York Attorney General Files Crucial Lawsuit Against Clinic Picketers

“The law guarantees women the right to control their own bodies and access the reproductive health care they need, without obstruction," said New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman. → Read More

Nurx Expansion Defies Federal Attempts to Curb Contraception Access

The app has become an increasingly vital tool for providing basic health care to vulnerable communities, in particular people in rural areas. → Read More

Ending the Stigma and Prosecution of Self-Administered Abortions

Reproductive justice advocates must make ending the selective prosecution of those who self-administer abortion a high priority in this era of heightened restriction to abortion access. → Read More