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The Hidden Hurdles for a Female Presidency

A total of 59 presidential elections have occurred in American history. Yet only one woman has even clinched the nomination of a major party, let alone won the popular vote in an election. 

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Golf Balls and Feminine Hygiene: SC Senators Reach Unusual Tax Exemption Deal

For three years, a bipartisan group of female state representatives and senators have pushed to lift the state sales tax on women's hygiene products such as tampons and pads. The state House of Representatives passed the bill unanimously in early April of last year, but with the session winding down a year later, the state Senate, which has six female members, had not touched it.

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Arizona Lawmakers Repeal 1864 Abortion Ban

Two Republican state senators broke with their party to ensure final passage of the repeal. Gov. Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, is expected to sign it on Thursday.

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An Introduction to Catalonia’s Feminist Administration

For many decades, sexual and reproductive rights have been at the core of the global feminist struggle—but only an unapologetically feminist administration puts them at the center of the political agenda. Such is the progressive turn the government of Catalonia, an autonomous region in northeastern Spain, assumed in May 2021 when it created a Ministry of Equality and Feminisms.