The settlement will keep open the state’s only abortion clinic but won’t prevent future challenges to the law.
A lawsuit challenging North Dakota’s admitting privileges law may soon be resolved.
Anti-choice lawmakers and activists believe the drop is due to more women becoming educated about abortion and choosing to carry pregnancies to term, while reproductive rights advocates offer a different take: Harsh restrictions on access to abortion and reproductive health care have led to the decline.
A state judge in North Dakota will allow a legal challenge to the state’s admitting privileges law to move forward.
A look at the past shows that whatever avenue is taken, the fight for abortion rights in North Dakota will be long and expensive.
The governor believes constitutional rights should be reexamined, and one activist believes they should up for public input. But should they?
As news spreads that the most devastating abortion laws in the nation were signed in North Dakota, the state’s only abortion clinic is getting financial support, while the governor is receiving spiritual “attaboys.”
Eager to move on to the court challenges that inevitably await, Gov. Dalrymple signs multiple bills that will provoke court challenges to Roe v. Wade.
All eyes turn to North Dakota’s governor as bills that could potentially end abortion in the state hit his desk for approval.
New bills to close the only North Dakota abortion clinic and ban abortion at 20 weeks are now headed to the governor, but “personhood” did not get approved, despite earlier reports.