The new bills would ban abortion as early as six weeks, make it extremely difficult for minors to obtain abortions, make all women wait longer to get an abortion, and force women carrying fetuses with fatal anomalies to hear about perinatal hospice options that may not even exist in the state.
A controversial decision may have just blocked all access to abortion care for minors in state custody.
What can you do when you need an abortion, but you’re a minor in a state where you need parental permission you probably can’t get and you don’t have money? Here are some initial steps.
Anti-choice Oklahoma legislators are already working to make abortion as physically invasive as possible. Now they are upping their game by making it personally invasive, too.
Oklahoma teens are the latest target of Americans United for Life’s quest to cut off abortion access.
Is the state of Wisconsin forcing public defenders to in turn force teens to go to crisis pregnancy centers for counseling?
For a teen who wants to access a safe, legal abortion without informing a parent, getting a judicial bypass may be completely dependent on who she calls.
The right to choose is becoming an issue all the way down to the judiciary.
The 2010 parental-notification law has been ruled constitutional, but it still may come up before the state Supreme Court.
How hard is it for a teen to get an abortion without parental permission? One social worker tries to navigate the legal system.