A recent decision out of the D.C. Court of Appeals tips the right’s hand on regulating speech in the context of abortion rights, and exposes the danger of one potential Supreme Court pick.
Numerous anti-choice laws—like South Dakota’s—exploit informed consent doctrine to further goals antithetical to the notion of autonomy that these laws pretend to promote.
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals gave constitutional protection to misleading women seeking abortion care. Now it will almost certainly rest on Justice Kennedy to address challenges to informed consent laws, problems with which can be traced back to him in the first place.
Limiting a woman’s right to a legal procedure is way more important that ensuring a perfect bill.
The New Hampshire House has been very busy restricting abortion this week.
Medical practitioners get more leeway to do what they think is best, while women get less.
Ooooh….this one comes with videos!
Today the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals threw out important provisions of a South Dakota law that literally forced doctors to lie to their patients.
How a scene from a popular television show and a new law in Texas patronize women who seek abortions.
During Monday’s smug, self-congratulating second reading of House Bill 15, a Republican talk radio host from Houston, may not have realized how much he slipped when he said he liked the bill because of its power in “addressing the needs of the members in the House and the Senate.”