All Above All, a campaign made up of 28 reproductive and social justice organizations, sent 125 delegates from more than 20 states to Washington, D.C., Wednesday to lobby for lifting bans on federal funding of abortions.
When questioned, the Department of Health could not provide any resources supporting the constitutionality of their Medicaid coverage changes.
A state official claims the new paperwork for abortion coverage isn’t about redefining medically necessary abortions, just making sure the right entity pays for them.
After nearly 20 years, the anti-choice members of the Alaska legislature has made it clear that they trust physicians willing to give abortions about as much as they trust women willing to get them.
An attempt to ban Medicaid coverage for any and all abortions — even in the case of rape and incest — nearly derails the state’s final budget.