An amended bill has clarified that women seeking medication abortions would only need to make three trips to a clinic, not the potential four trips bill opponents feared.
A new ban on “telemed” abortions could make accessing all medication abortions much more difficult for patients in Missouri.
The chances of U.S. Supreme Court intervention are so slim that something else has to be behind the petition for review.
“Something else could come in my vagina for a medical test that wouldn’t be that intrusive to me,” says a spokesperson for Indiana Right to Life.
In Indiana, abortion restrictions are coming by the dozen.
Arkansas Right to Life says to expect a telemed ban, 20 week ban and insurance exchange ban are all on the docket this year.
The reproductive health organization is ready to fight for women to have access to all termination choices once again.
Reproductive rights advocates lost a legal battle on Friday over Ohio’s restrictions on the use of RU-486.
Although Mourdock didn’t win a senate seat, that’s small consolation for the women in the state who still need access to abortion and family planning services.
Having more access to abortion doesn’t cause more women to get abortions, it simply makes them easier to obtain.