From the mountains, through the heartland, and all the way to Guam, new abortion restrictions are being announced as the country prepares for the 2011 legislative session.
Despite anti-choice legislation focused on forcing them on all women, a new study suggests ultrasounds for early abortions aren’t needed and simply add to the expense of abortion.
The Florida legislature met to do a massive override of bills Governor Crist vetoed last session, but the mandatory ultrasound bill was not one of them.
Florida Governor Charlie Crist vetoes mandatory ultrasounds before obtaining an abortion.
Supposed the Florida governor vetoes the mandatory ultrasound bill — will it just keep returning like “Groundhog’s Day?”
Oklahoma’s mandatory ultrasound law is now on hold until July due to a temporary restraining order.
Will Governor Charlie Crist veto the mandatory ultrasound bill, or is he not as Independent as he claims? Also, another flawed abortion study, and another look at what women will do when safe abortion isn’t an option.
Florida legislature is shut down until anti-choice politicians agree to take the mandatory ultrasound bill off the table.
Missouri legislators want to help protect women from being “permanently wounded” and personally attack a pro-choice lobbyist in the process of passing anti-choice legislation.
An Oklahoma law to require women seeking abortion to have an ultrasound and listen to the doctor’s description of the ultrasound was struck down as unconstitutional yesterday, but on technical grounds.