A U.S. District Court has issued a final ruling declaring Nebraska’s recently enacted and misleadingly named “Women’s Health Protection Act” unconstitutional.
The state of Nebraska may have decided not to fight the injunction against the “Women’s Health Protection Act,” but that doesn’t mean the bill is going away.
Attorney General Jon Bruning announces that the state will not continue to fight to have women seeking abortions screened for mental health issues.
Everyone’s mad about something: a roundup of protests, and some reviews of 12th and Delaware, which premieres tonight.
Nebraska reevaluates whether fighting for “mental health” screenings before an abortion is worth the money, and a really, really long waiting period in New Zealand.
Yesterday a judge blocked the implimentation of the “mental health screening” law in Nebraska. Today, see reactions, and a look at its future prospects.
A federal judge rules that the new pre-abortion screening process in Nebraska will not be implemented July 15th as the state previously planned.
On July 13th, a Nebraska judge will rule on whether or not to block the new “mental health screening” requirement for obtaining an abortion.
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland yesterday announced their lawsuit against LB594.
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Nebraska’s LB 594, the “Women’s Health Protection Act,” imposes requirements on physicians that are impossible to meet and requires medical professionals to flood their patients with false and misleading information.