Governor Rick Scott signed two new pieces of abortion legislation late Friday evening.
The House voted to override in a 266-102 vote.
Boozman claims without it, teens will sneak across state lines for an abortion.
An anti-choice group in New Zealand is trying to rally parents to demand their daughters not be able to receive abortions without parental involvement.
Changes in the rules for minor girls seeking abortions are pushing through the Florida House.
Montana may have parental notification ballot measure, homebirth by midwife could be covered by insurance in Vermont, Texas turning away HIV patients, hospital merger in Arizona, and Planned Parenthood of South Florida responds to Rep. Alan West.
Nebraska is proposing a parental consent law for teens seeking abortions, while Ohio contemplates making the judicial bypass process even harder.
Oral sex and head and neck cancer, Baltimore CPC law is struck down, parental notification in New Mexico, making judicial bypass harder on teens, and a cosponsor of the “it’s not rape unless you’re forced” bill says they didn’t mean it that way.
It’s the law for many women: a space to breast-feed or pump at work, but where and how?; Most Americans support access to contraception yet increasingly the political winds are blowing the other way; New Hampshire’s parental notification bill and more…
Abortion rulings in Alaska and (expected soon) in Ireland; closeted teachers; science doesn’t match the beliefs of the Family Research Council; and “Choice on Earth” cards from Planned Parenthood.