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Lawsuit Challenges Fetal Burial Rule In Texas

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Activist Groups Expect More States To Take Up New Anti-Abortion Measures

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Ohio Gov. Kasich Mulling State Abortion Bans

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Trump Team Asks Energy Dept. Employees About Involvement In Climate Change Work

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Armed Man Threatens D.C. Pizzeria Targeted By Fake News Stories

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Legal Battles Over Abortion Continue In States Across U.S.

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Danny McNeish, his stepmother, Julie, and his father, Phil, on the front porch of Julie and Phil's house in Roanoke, Va. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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This Family Doesn't Agree On Trump — But They Await His Presidency Together

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Access To Abortion Could Be Curtailed Under Trump Administration

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Poverty Wages For U.S. Child Care Workers May Be Behind High Turnover

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Trump Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct Spur Calls To Assault Hotlines

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Women demonstrate for accessible child care at the First Women's March down Fifth Avenue on Aug. 26, 1970. Freda Leinwand, Courtesy of Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University hide caption

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How Politics Killed Universal Child Care In The 1970s

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Florance Eloi works the omelet station at Hilton's Conrad Miami. By the time Eloi gave birth, a new company policy guaranteed her 10 weeks of fully paid parental leave. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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From Cooks To Accountants: Hilton Extends Paid Parental Leave To All

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Tricia Olson takes a selfie of herself and her son Augustus, or Gus, who sits in his car seat. Olson took three weeks of unpaid leave from her job at a towing company in Rock Springs, Wyo., after giving birth. Courtesy of Tricia Olson hide caption

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On Your Mark, Give Birth, Go Back To Work

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