Wheeler’s arrest, prosecution, conviction and sentencing over 50 years ago in a state with a restrictive abortion law is an important story to remember now that millions of women across America are again facing similar barriers.
Monmouth In The News
In this issue: On the hunt at Sandy Hook for relics of the past—and ways to protect them in the future; taking on QAnon; why book banning is back; what makes inflation rise (and what can be done to fix it); why one Monmouth class wants to rewrite MLB history; and more.
On the hunt at Sandy Hook for relics of the past—and ways to protect them in the future.
In 2010, a blown call robbed Armando Galarraga of a perfect game. Now, a Monmouth pre-law class is appealing his case to the commissioner of MLB.
Gripped by the claws of opioid use disorder, Nikki Tierney was convicted of child endangerment. Even after 13 years of recovery, it haunted her every move: where she could work, how she could interact with her kids. So Tierney focused on changing the law—and the lives of others who are in sustained remission from substance use disorder.