Anti-choice group intervenes in CRR’s OK ultrasound lawsuit, Virginia moves to repeal mandatory HPV vaccine, protesters scare woman away from Planned Parenthood and she ends up at Gosnell’s office, and please enjoy a bible if you’re pregnant and scared.
Anti-choice politicians in Oklahoma have tried year after year to make it harder for women to access abortion despite the fact that and have been thwarted by the courts. Now there may be no check or balance on anti-choice legislation.
What happens if anti-choicers appoint themselves judge, jury, and executioner of “unchaste” women?
Last week, the Center for Reproductive Rights filed a contempt of court motion against the FDA for failing to make a timely decision on age restrictions for over-the-counter emergency contraception.
The clinics who have sued the state have agreed to drop the suit over mandatory ultrasounds now that pictures are not required, but other restrictions are still being challenged.
Two new recent abortion regulations passed in Louisiana are no longer in effect while courts consider ruling for injunction.
The Center for Reproductive Rights brought a spot light to unsafe abortions in the Philippines, and the government and church decide dying women are fine. Plus, Reproductive Animal Planet.
Although perhaps not completely shocking to those of us in the reproductive health and justice movement, the encompassing newly published Forsaken Lives: The Harmful Impact of the Philippine Criminal Abortion Ban by the innovative Center for Reproductive Rights is both incredibly powerful and devastating as it discusses in detail “the human suffering caused by the criminal ban on abortion [in the Philippines] and the challenges it creates for health service providers.”
The City of Baltimore asks the court to dismiss the Archbishop and Center for Pregnancy Concerns’s case regarding crisis pregnancy centers posting truthful signs.
Oklahoma Senate decided to override Governor Brad Henry’s veto of the Statistical Reporting of Abortions Act, making it official Oklahoma law.