Michelle Movahed

Center for Reproductive Rights

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Attorney at the Center for Reproductive Rights, a nonprofit headquartered in New York

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When the Supreme Court legalized abortion 40 years ago today, it may have settled the law, but it started the most bitter of all the battles in America's ongoing culture war.  Roe v.

Roe v. Wade: Still Fighting after All These Years

When the Supreme Court legalized abortion 40 years ago today, it may have settled the law, but it started the most bitter of all the battles in America's ongoing culture war. Roe v.

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