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The law changed their lives for better and worse. ‘It’s not a good place to be. 62 years old and without any health coverage.’
Readers from across the nation weigh in on the health-care law and Republicans’ plans.
Some women in low-income and medically underserved areas would be left without health care, congressional budget analysts say
The group has seen unprecedented support as it challenges the president on immigration and other policies.
Plans for the day of protest started with organizers of the post-Inauguration Day women’s marches.
Some supporters of the new feminist movement are concerned that poor women cannot participate in Wednesday’s strike because they need the pay or fear losing their jobs.
Supreme Court must settle whether law prohibits discrimination against transgender students, Gavin Grimm’s attorneys said.
The move rescinds a federal directive requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use bathrooms that match their gender identity.
Trump believes the issue is best left to states, a spokesman says. According to a draft letter, withdrawal of guidance would allow administration “to further consider the legal issues involved.”