Indiana and Kansas show the battle over abortion rights and access is growing in intensity in some parts of the country.
A federal appeals court ruled the state’s attempts to cut Planned Parenthood out of Medicaid funding were unlawful.
The American Life League has released the anti-Planned Parenthood equivalent of Reefer Madness, covering the themes of birth control and comprehensive sex education.
Bei Bei Shuai’s prosecution finally comes to an end, and more good news from federal courts reviewing state-level abortion restrictions.
Without Planned Parenthood, the new Texas Women’s Health Program has seen a 23 percent reduction in claims and thousands fewer women enrolled when compared to the same time period last year. The state’s explanation? Women just don’t want to change doctors.
Attorneys for the State of Indiana have finally agreed to stop trying to lift a temporary injunction blocking a law designed to defund Planned Parenthood.
A federal district court in Arizona made it official this week and entered a permanent injunction that blocks a law designed to strip Planned Parenthood clinics in the state of funds by banning Medicaid funding for non-abortion health care provided by doctors and clinics that also perform abortions.
It’s time for politicians to admit this isn’t about defunding Planned Parenthood, it’s about defunding family planning.
The conference of city mayors have grown tired of the war on women.
The state would “reprioritize” all federal funding, moving Planned Parenthood to last in line.