The Texas law would require all women to get an ultrasound before obtaining an abortion.
North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue vetoes two new abortion restrictions in the state.
Florida and Texas both have mandatory ultrasound bills for their anti-choice governors to sign.
Three topics — insurance coverage of abortion, restriction of abortion after a specific point in gestation and ultrasound requirements — are topping the agenda in several states.
Texas House passes mandatory ultrasound bill without a rape or incest exception, 40 Days of Harassment starts tomorrow, Minnesota introduces fetal pain bill, and will internet-procured medication be the new back alley abortion?
Anti-choice group intervenes in CRR’s OK ultrasound lawsuit, Virginia moves to repeal mandatory HPV vaccine, protesters scare woman away from Planned Parenthood and she ends up at Gosnell’s office, and please enjoy a bible if you’re pregnant and scared.
Hypocrisy alert in Arizona when it comes to Bishop Olmstead, Kentucky moves a step closer to mandatory ultrasound and waiting periods before an abortion, NYC clergy think too many women have abortions, and NARAL responds.
Crist receives the mandatory ultrasound bill, says he will use his 15 days to make a decision about the a veto.
The U.K. pregnancy services ad brings in a bevy of complaints, Mexico approves the morning after pill for rape victims, Crist still waits for a bill, and mandatory ultrasounds are found mostly useless.
It has been nearly a month…do you know where the Florida ultrasound bill is? Neither does Governor Crist.