Tag: Nina Martin

Nina Martin: A Spike in Rates of Pregnancy-related Deaths in Texas Spurs Soul-searching

August 2016

Two new reports show maternal deaths and severe complications rose as the state slashed funding for family planning, but researchers and state officials say more information is needed to understand the trend.

Nina Martin: A Showdown Year for Reproductive Rights

January 2016

Two potentially sweeping Supreme Court cases set the stage for a seismic shift in the battle over abortion and contraception

Nina Martin: For Abortion Providers, a Constant Barrage of Personalized Harassment

December 2015

Shootings like the one at a Colorado clinic are rare. Stalking, hate mail, and intimidating protests are the daily reality.

David Cohen: The Abortion Clinic is a War Zone

December 2015

Nina Martin speaks with law professor, David Cohen, about the daily struggles of abortion providers

Nina Martin: Seven Reproductive Rights Issues to Watch in 2015

January 2015

Changes for abortion, contraception and more top the agenda with Republicans in the majority in Congress and many state legislatures.

Nina Martin: Pregnancy Discrimination Case Reaches Supreme Court

December 2014

Here’s some preparatory reading for the latest gender rights fight.

Nina Martin: Catholic Bishops Vote to Revise Rules for Health Care

November 2014

With Catholic health systems expanding, stricter rules could have implications for reproductive and maternity care across the country.

Nina Martin: Judge Throws Out Murder Charge in Mississippi Fetal Harm Case

April 2014

Pro-life not just for unborn babies but their mothers, too.

Nina Martin: In Healthcare Suit Against Catholic Bishops, the Specter of an Early Defeat

March 2014

The ACLU’s case against the U.S. Bishops Conference could be thwarted on procedural grounds.

Nina Martin: Amid Abortion Debate, the Pursuit of Science

January 2014

A leading abortion researcher on science and stigmatization.

Nina Martin: A Dispute at a Catholic Hospital

November 2013

Gag rules at Catholic hospitals limit what doctors can do—and say.

Nina Martin: The Impact and Echoes of the Wal-Mart Discrimination Case

September 2013

Two years after the Supreme Court decision tossing a sex discrimination case against the giant retailer, lawyers for women and minorities are navigating an altered legal landscape