Anti-trans legislation is increasing in state legislatures. Do Americans approve of these attacks on transgender rights?
Do our leaders reflect the diversity of our people? Insights and analysis on gender and representation in federal positions.
Marriage equality was a victory, but more adults are opting for non-traditional domestic and family structures. Policymakers can do more to protect all adult relationships equally under the law.
Republican women lawmakers have increasingly become the face of antiabortion legislation across US states. Their “pro-woman” strategy claims that restricting abortion is in women’s best interest.
Republican women in Congress have grown in numbers, and in their conservatism. Conservatism helped them win, but it is a barrier to deepening the bench.
Working class legislators are more likely to be women of color than any other group. Electing more of them could help restore trust in government.
Women’s recent gains in Congress aren’t just a function of more female candidates.
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