Gov. Gavin Newsom is trolling Texas and the Supreme Court when he should be focusing on actually winning political battles and defending Californians’ rights.
Alex Berke is an employment lawyer and provides advice and counsel on sexual harassment and discrimination cases, including pregnancy, disability, race and gender as well as religious discrimination. She also spearheads the Pregnancy Project at Berke-Weiss Law, providing pregnant women and families with the necessary tools to exercise their rights during and after pregnancy.
The Supreme Court’s decision that ended a woman’s federally guaranteed right to an abortion barely even acknowledged the people it will affect.
Prosecutors chose to use his monstrous character against him at his trial—but as satisfying as his conviction was, that’s not how the system is supposed to work.
The DoJ’s complaint in United States v. Texas outlines why an unconstitutional law should not be allowed to stand just because individuals, rather than state actors, enforce it.
The law in Texas now prohibits virtually any abortion after the sixth week of pregnancy, at which point most women do not even know that they are pregnant.
The governor who boasted that “we are sending a strong message that time is up on sexual harassment in the workplace” doesn’t appear to have thought his own message applied to him.