All doctors performing abortions would need to have hospital privileges in order to provide the procedure.
Politico looks at the handful of Congressman who feel justified in legislating your ladyparts because they used to get paid to examine them.
In the state of Tennessee, you could potentially be prosecuted for murder if a woman miscarries — or even just has a period.
A lawmaker intent on eliminating abortion rights tells about regret over his involvement in a girlfriend’s abortion. But does he want to serve time?
CDC study finds schools making little progress in sex education; Tennessee lawmakers warn against gateway “sexual behaviors,” and Springfield Massachusetts decides to provide condoms to middle school and high school students.
The language in a new abstinence-only bill that passed the Tennessee senate demonstrates the profound misunderstanding of sexual realities that guides the anti-choice movement.
The bill would require doctors have privileges in hospitals within one county of the clinic he or she works at.