The legislation included an amendment requiring abortion providers inform patients that a medication abortion can be reversed, despite no substantiated medical evidence to support the claim.
According to a report from the Associated Press last night, there’s not much time left for pro-choice advocates in
Arizona to block a set of laws that would make it more complicated for a woman to receive an abortion.
Illinois Abortion Notification Law Revived; Florida Judge Demoted After Ruling Gay Adoption Ban Unconstitutional; Catholics Curious about New Surgeon General’s Stance on Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues; Planned Parenthood is Going to Fight Arizona’s New Abortion Bill
Arizona Governor Restricts Abortions; At Sotomayor Hearing, Feinstein Explains Casey Case; U.S. Hispanics on Abortion, Shift Between Generations