Vol. 29 Nbr. 1, March - March 2015
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- Multidimensional advocacy as applied: marriage equality and reproductive rights.
- State court protection of reproductive rights: the past, the perils, and the promise.
- "It's all about Edie, stupid": lessons from litigating United States v. Windsor.
- The Hobby Lobby amicus effort.
- Marriage equality advocacy from the trenches.
- Litigating abortion access cases in the post-Windsor world.
- Bold, brave, and proactive: advocacy and organizing at the intersection of reproductive justice and LGBTQ liberation.
- Tactics, strategy, and marriage equality.
- The role of Congress in advancing civil rights: lessons from two movements.
- Brief of 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives and 40 U.S. Senators as amici curiae in support of respondent Edith Schlain Windsor, urging affirmance on the merits.
- Brief of 172 members of the U.S. House of Representatives and 40 U.S. Senators as Amici Curiae in support of respondent Edith Schlain Windsor, urging affirmance on the merits.
- The landscape of state anti-abortion legislation.
- Freedom to marry's ladder of clarity: lessons from a winning campaign (that is not yet won).
- A conversation with Edie Windsor.