Ohio legislators are proposing extreme abortion restrictions, even as amendments tacked onto the state budget are under consideration by the house and the senate.
Anti-choice lawmakers in Wisconsin, nearly done tussling over the yearly budget, are now turning their attention back to reproductive rights restrictions.
While many legislatures are moving full steam ahead to pass abortion restrictions, Kentucky is knocking down anti-choice bills.
The state has corrected their list of clinics that provide “free ultrasounds” that women can visit before an abortion, but they still are all crisis pregnancy centers.
The state attorney general is arguing that mandatory ultrasounds are “ensuring women receive meaningful medical information.”
The Charlottesville branch of the group protested the bill’s requirement with nearly 1000 tubes of lube.
In an attempt to battle anti-abortion restrictions, a committee chairwoman introduces a bill of her own.