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.
A group of women’s health advocates are asking the entire Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals to weigh in on an Ohio law that bans the off-label use of mifepristone.
Telemedicine administration of medical abortion is a relatively new practice in the United States with great potential to reach underserved women with abortion care.
The group is claiming that a Lafayette clinic is violating law by providing medication abortions without licensing their clinic as a surgical abortion center.
Act 217 has caused the state’s only other medication abortion provider to also stop offering RU-486 abortions.
Who are you going to believe, doctors, or politicians?
No doctor wants to be charged as a felon, and with Act 217 in effect, it’s almost impossible to avoid that risk.