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Today’s Solutions: June 24, 2024

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These companies will cover employees' legal abortion travel costs

Following the monumental overturning of Roe V. Wade by the US Supreme Court, residents of many states are facing the reality that they won’t be able to access a safe abortion in their hometown.  Many cities and states are bracing for the sudden influx of people seeking a safe procedure. These Read More...

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US cities work together to create network of abortion safe havens

After a draft of a US Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V. Wade was leaked, people across the country now worry about the future of their ability to access safe abortions.  A collective of city and state leaders across the United States are working together to create a facilitative network Read More...

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Pakistan appoints Justice Ayesha Malik as first female Supreme Court judge

Late last week ruling party members of the Muslim-majority nation of Pakistan announced the appointment of their first female Supreme Court judge. The decision to make 55-year-old Justice Ayesha Malik the first female judge on the Supreme Court since the country’s independence was thanks to Read More...

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Mexico’s Supreme Court rules to decriminalize abortion

Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled this week that criminalizing abortion is illegal. This landmark unanimous decision comes after years of advocacy from women’s rights groups who have fought to legalize abortion in the largely Catholic country. Although the decision does not automatically make Read More...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A legacy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A legacy of justice and optimism

At The Optimist Daily, we share solutions to promote a culture of determined optimism. This week, we are celebrating the life and legacy of one of the world’s most inspirational determined optimists: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  Ginsburg, who passed away September 18 at the age Read More...

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US Supreme Court rules in favor of “Dreamers”

The DACA program allows nearly 700,000 young, undocumented immigrants to live and work in the United States without fear of deportation. Yesterday, the Supreme Court protected the program from being dismantled and upheld the rights of immigrants, many of whom came to the US as young children and Read More...

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Supreme court rejects beach billionaire: public keeps access to surf spot

Too much money often leads to unhealthy behavior. A billionaire bought a beautiful stretch of California beach and then closed the popular spot to surfers. Eight years later the rule of law—and sanity—survives as the California Supreme Court denies taking up an appeal case to consider Read More...