Among the new restrictions appearing in anti-choice bills nationwide, it is the medical malpractice liability shields that have the potential to alter, perhaps permanently, women’s relationship with the civil justice system and their status as patients.
The author of the 20 week ban may have somewhat unrealistic hopes.
Thank goodness the Republican legislators found a compromise in restricting women’s rights that they could all feel comfortable with.
The bill’s sponsor says it won’t stop any abortions, but pushed the legislation anyway.
Doctors are speaking out against a proposed 20-week abortion ban in Georgia, but anti-choice activists are making sure Republicans don’t waiver.
Looks like the so-called “personhood” campaign is spreading even further.
The Georgia Congressman who advocated investigating miscarriages was found dead earlier today.
Georgia will use federal TANF money for domestic violence shelters which could eliminate services for women without children, what do state ant-abortion bills say about women, Arizona enacts more anti-abortion legislation, and Starbucks selling a maternal health benefit CD.
Michigan and Maryland’s slew of anti-abortion bills, trends in banning insurance coverage of abortion, Arizona voting on race and sex abortion ban, Bobby Franklin says something crazy, and Sen. Feinstein introduces repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Georgia tables motion that would have forced all abortions into hospitals, new Virginia clinic regulations will be set in months, people with HIV at greater risk of bone fractures, and the Utah legislature passes three abortion-related bills.