The group is arguing against a blocked injunction on banning insurance coverage for abortion procedures.
An ACLU’s suit against Kansas private insurance abortion ban focuses on three points: The law acts as an unconstitutional tax on women, it serves no legitimate state interest, and it constitutes gender discrimination.
The group argues that the state can’t only let anti-choice sentiments ride the bumper.
Senator Kyl removes his “not intended to be factual” statement about Planned Parenthood from the Congressional Record; Minnesota state representative finds United Church of Christ minister and ACLU “disgusting;” and an anti-choice group demands that a state-funded teen sexual health site be shut down.
Wisconsin library will show the anti-choice documentary, U.S. House committee passes bill preventing pre-tax dollars from being spend on abortion, ACLU sues Alabama prisons, and Virginia governor asks for abortion to be excluded from state insurance exchanges.
Indiana charged a pregnant woman who attempted suicide with murder and attempted feticide. Here’s why the state has taken the law too far.
Recently, an extreme bill sailed through the South Dakota legislature, which places unprecedented restrictions on access to abortion care.
President Obama’s statement on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade includes many important sentiments. But, to me, it is most striking for what it fails to say: nowhere does the statement mention the word “abortion.”
Bishop Thomas Olmstead offically revokes St. Joseph’s Hospital of its status as a Catholic hospital because it dared to save the life of a young mother of four – with an emergency abortion.
A woman births her fourth child at home, against the wishes of her doctor, after having had three prior c-sections and being told she’d need to have another; The ACLU urges the superintendent of the California school district where a young teen committed suicide from anti-gay bullying, to do something about it; and reproductive justice advocates in Minnesota fear they are in for a rough haul this upcoming legislative session.