A senator pushing for mandatory ultrasounds in Alabama claims his company wouldn’t benefit financially. But is he telling the truth?
Does that make abortions performed by physicians “legal abortion by dismemberment?”
While there has been much fury recently over Virginia’s recently proposed transvaginal ultrasound bill, other states’ anti-choice lawmakers have chosen the equally unacceptable route of psychological—rather than physical—violation of women.
Although the 5th circuit has overruled the injunction on the law, there’s still no consensus on when it will be enforced.
Yet another state wants to hop on the ultrasound bandwagon.
Judge Sparks is still fending off requests from anti-choice advocates wanting to testify in the Texas ultrasound case.
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.