Pregnant woman in Ohio will get a vaginal ultrasound in front of House committee so her fetus can “testify,” Arizona wants to further regulate medical abortion and discourage charitable donations to organizations that mention abortion, and Obama proclaims the start of Women’s History Month.
A new form of emergency contraception, ella, is now available to women in the United States. And predictably, the far right is up in arms.
A rise in the number of illegal abortion pills imported into Ireland indicates increasing reliance on DIY abortions by women desperate to terminate a pregnancy but lacking access to services at home and money to travel abroad.
Queensland’s Tegan Leach and her partner were unanimously found not guilty of inducing a miscarriage after one hour of jury deliberation
Testimony has ended for the Queensland abortion trial. But while we await a verdict from the jury, the bigger problem is politicians who refuse to address an outdated abortion law.
Iran slowly reduces its maternal mortality rate, Pakistan tries to provide access to RU 486 to a firestorm of protest, teens in Wales have problems accessing abortion, and Australia has an unprecedented abortion trial.
Telemed procedures in Iowa, a possible longer window of opportunity for using a new morning after contraceptive? It’s hard to tell what upsets the anti-choice more these days.
Scott Roeder remains unrepentant throughout his sentencing hearing for the murder of Dr. George Tiller and Mississippi joins Colorado in putting a personhood constitutional amendment on the ballot.
Ready to go down the rabbit hole? Today’s roundup is all about pharmaceuticals. And, in the mini-roundup, there is no joy in Mudville.
Two court cases were decided today by the Ohio Supreme Court, one limiting off-label use of RU 486 and the other protecting confidentiality by denying access by parents of one girl who received an abortion at a Planned Parenthood clinic to the records of other girls receiving services.