A teen seeking an abortion must now have signed, notoraized permission from a parent.
While one state pushes for less access to abortion for teens, another tables the idea.
Both bills stalled in the judiciary committee.
Rhode Island’s legislative agenda on abortion; Louisiana state rep introduces abortion ban; and Rwanda unveils national campaign to address cervical cancer.
The state Republicans propose one of the most restrictive parental consent to health care laws in the country.
Two new abortion restrictions have been signed into law by Kansas Governor Sam Brownback.
The Candies Foundation pays Bristol $262k but grants only $35k for teen pregnancy prevention; the FBI releases 10-year old threats against Dr. Tiller; Delaware may enact parental consent; Illinois cannot force pharmacies to distribute emergency contraception.
Now Kansas has stated just one parent approving of an abortion isn’t enough, a teen needs two.
Tucked into a bill proposed on Friday is a stipulation that teens cannot consent to any health procedure, removing access from abortion, birth control and STI screenings.
Nebraska is proposing a parental consent law for teens seeking abortions, while Ohio contemplates making the judicial bypass process even harder.