A new law takes effect today that holds colleges responsible for not just responding to sexual violence, but also preventing it.
Abortion opponents are rallying on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. this afternoon, to mark the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.
In the four decades since Roe v. Wade, states have restricted access to abortion, for example by requiring wait times or, more recently, by adding layers of regulations to clinics where abortions are performed.
The latest battleground is Mississippi, which may soon become the only state in the nation without an abortion clinic.
The Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the only clinic in Mississippi where abortions are performed, could be forced to close because it’s having a hard time complying with a new state law that requires its doctors to have admitting privileges at a local hospital.
But the clinic is suing over the new rules.