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Wendy Davis, a Hypocrite for ‘Supporting’ a 20-Week Ban? Not at All

The national media has attacked Wendy Davis as a hypocrite for her stance on a 20-week abortion ban.

The national media has attacked Wendy Davis as a hypocrite for her stance on a 20-week abortion ban. But she’s not. Here’s why.

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In Texas and Canada, Lessons About Who Can—and Should—Make End-of-Life Decisions for Pregnant Persons

The heartbreaking cases of both Robyn Benson and Marlise Munoz illustrate is the need to defer to families and medical professionals, rather than bureaucrats and lawmakers, in making end-of-life decisions for pregnant people.

The heartbreaking cases of both Robyn Benson and Marlise Munoz illustrate the need to defer to families and medical professionals, rather than bureaucrats and lawmakers, in making end-of-life decisions for pregnant persons.

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Louisiana Reproductive Rights Supporters Rally Against Regulations in Baton Rouge

Reproductive rights supporters in Louisiana rallied at the state capitol Tuesday afternoon despite the last-minute postponement of an abortion regulation hearing.

Reproductive rights supporters in Louisiana rallied at the state capitol Tuesday afternoon despite the last-minute postponement of an abortion regulation hearing.

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What Would Make You Believe a Survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse?

What I am seeing, with Dylan Farrow’s recent open letter concerning the abuse she says she suffered at the hands of her father, is that a lot of people do not believe that we adult survivors live among them. But we are here.

What I am seeing, with Dylan Farrow’s recent open letter concerning the abuse she says she suffered at the hands of her father, is that a lot of people do not believe that we adult survivors live among them. But we are here.

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Louisiana Health Officials ‘Rescind’ Abortion Rules Hours Before Hearing

The announcement came the night before a scheduled hearing on the new rules, which, in part, would have mandated extensive physical refurbishments for outpatient abortion facilities with which no existing abortion provider would have been able to immediately comply.

The announcement came the night before a scheduled hearing on the new rules, which, in part, would have mandated extensive physical refurbishments for outpatient abortion facilities with which no existing abortion provider would have been able to immediately comply.

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Louisiana Rules Would Have Required 30-Day Waiting Period Before Legal Abortion (UPDATED)

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals will "be rescinding the language regarding the 30-day period for blood tests," and said that it intends to "clarify" the building requirements for abortion facilities.

Monday night, a spokesperson for the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals told RH Reality Check that it will “be rescinding the language regarding the 30-day period for blood tests,” and that it intends to “clarify” the building requirements for abortion facilities.

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Hospital Agrees to Obey Court Ruling and Removes Mechanical Support From Munoz Corpse

Marlise Munoz's family will finally be able to say goodbye to the 33-year-old, who collapsed in her home nearly nine weeks ago.

Marlise Munoz’s family will finally be able to say goodbye to the 33-year-old, who collapsed in her home nearly nine weeks ago.

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Munoz Medical Records Detail ‘Distinctly Abnormal’ Fetus

Marlise Munoz

Attorneys say the sex of the now-22-week-old fetus inside Marlise Munoz’s body cannot be determined due to “deformed” lower extremities, and it also suffers from hydrocephalus and an as yet undetermined heart problem.

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In Texas’ Rio Grande Valley, a Reproductive Health-Care Crisis Goes From Bad to Worse

Rio Grande Valley residents who seek an abortion now have limited options.

Rio Grande Valley residents who seek an abortion now have limited options: drive hundreds of miles; continue their pregnancy; schedule a later, more expensive procedure once they find the means to pay; or attempt to self-induce an abortion using occasionally dangerous and often ineffective means.

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Bomb Scare Rattles Staff at Texas Abortion Clinics

Amy Hagstrom Miller (above, at left), the CEO at Whole Woman's Health.

An abortion clinic owner says her staff was sent into a “panic” Wednesday morning after suspicious envelopes were found taped to facility doors. The false alarm came the same day the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments challenging a buffer zone law designed to protect patients and clinic workers from anti-choice protesters.

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