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Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune

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Eleanor Klibanoff is the women's health reporter at The Texas Tribune. She was previously with the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting, where she covered sexual assault, domestic violence and policing, among other things.

In Texas’ First Post-Roe Legislative Session, There’s A New Political Power Dynamic On Abortion

For decades, the abortion battle lines in the Texas Legislature were as clearly drawn as they were deeply entrenched. Every two years,...

Federal Court Ruling May Prevent Texas Teens From Getting Birth Control Without Parental Permission

A federal court ruling Tuesday may make it nearly impossible for Texas teens to access birth control without their parents’ permission.

New Texas Maternal Mortality Report Shows Disparities Persist

At least 118 women dead and nearly 200 children left without a mother. This was just a portion of...

Ken Paxton’s Office Knew He’d Be Subpoenaed Before He Fled His Home To Avoid...

Lawyers in an abortion lawsuit tried for days to subpoena Attorney General Ken Paxton before sending a process server to his home...

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Fled His Home To Avoid Being Served With Subpoena,...

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton fled his home in a truck driven by his wife, state Sen. Angela Paxton, to avoid being...

How Texas’ Abortion Laws Turned A Heartbreaking Fetal Diagnosis Into A Cross-Country Journey

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Texas’ Child Welfare Agency Blocked From Investigating Many More Parents Of Trans Teens

Texas’ child welfare agency is once again blocked from investigating parents who provide gender-affirming care to their transgender children. The injunction applies...

Texas Health Agency Says Its Plan To Extend Maternal Medicaid Coverage Is “Not Approvable”...

Texas’ application to extend Medicaid coverage for new mothers from two months to six months is not going to be approved by...

New Texas Law Increasing Penalties For Abortion Providers Goes Into Effect Aug. 25

The U.S. Supreme Court has issued its official judgment in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, clearing the way for Texas’ “trigger...

Lawyers Preparing For Abortion Prosecutions Warn About Health Care, Data Privacy

A young woman and her mother are nervously driving through the night when they’re pulled over by law enforcement. Flashlights in their...

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