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    Reproductive rights emerge as a key issue in the midterms

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  • Ali Arouzi: The 'women’s movement’ sparked by Amini death is something Iran has 'never seen before’

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  • In "Lady Justice," Lithwick warns of a repeat of "2020 coup, but done by black robes"

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  • 'A continuation of four decades of resistance' Momentum grows around protests in Iran

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  • Masih Alinejad: ‘A little bit of hair’ is the reason Amini was ‘murdered by morality police’

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  • U.S. sanctions Iran's 'morality police' as protests by women grow

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  • Why women are driving a large and growing protest movement in Iran

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  • 'Lady Justice' looks at the villains and heroes of the Trump years

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  • 'She changed the way America is for women': Reflecting on friendship with RBG

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  • Elise Jordan: Graham proceeding with abortion bill the way he did with failed presidential run

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  • Joe: Sen. Graham seemed to put more fuel on the fire with abortion proposal

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  • Reproductive rights has galvanized Michigan voters, says House member

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  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: Margaret Atwood in a #PostRoeAmerica

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  • Sen. Gillibrand: Reproductive rights issues impacting how people see Trump

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  • Energized women voters send GOP candidates scrambling to conceal unpopular abortion views

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  • 'Electable' examines America's highest unbroken glass ceiling

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  • The misleading history of the “pro-life” movement.

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  • “People are seeing what it really means to ban abortion”

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  • Ali Vitali: The narrative that women are un-electable ‘can and will be disrupted’

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  • Rape victims can find 'healing' in having baby, says GOP candidate

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The Republicans’ latest lady problem may surprise you

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Jeske Eiklenborg says she was fired for taking one sick day. msnbc’s Krystal Ball talks to Democratic Pollster Celinda Lake and The Cycle’s Abby Huntsman about how Republicans will campaign on issues like paid sick days that are important to working families, and how women will respond to Mike Huckabee’s assertion that women who curse in the office are “trashy.”