Could state Medicaid funding challenges be designed to test the limits of civil rights enforcement statutes?
A federal court on Friday issued a preliminary injunction preventing the state from stripping Planned Parenthood of funding.
On Monday the Supreme Court agreed to review whether Arizona’s requirement that voters provide proof of citizenship prior to registering conflicts with federal law.
Arizona anti-choice organizations are so focused on keeping money from Planned Parenthood that they’re fighting against proposals that don’t fund the group now—just in case it might get funded in the future.
Briefs filed in support of Arizona’s 20 week abortion ban show the evolution of the anti-choice legal strategy against Roe v. Wade.
As the rights of women are increasingly under attack in the continuing “war on women,” an entire population deeply affected by this conversation continues to be largely ignored: immigrant women.
Last year’s Supreme Court term may have been historic, but in many ways it was just a warm-up.
Now that only doctors can perform abortions, rural women in the state have very limited options.
It looks like one of the most anti-choice states in the nation is having a rise in its abortion rate. But is it real?
Will they be celecrating being the most anti-choice state in the nation?