Having more access to abortion doesn’t cause more women to get abortions, it simply makes them easier to obtain.
The Republican dominated House and Senate appear likely to vote through new abortion restrictions.
A new bill in the state would ban telemed abortions, despite the fact that they currently don’t exist in Wisconsin.
Anti-choice activists have no issue changing their talking points when it suits their arguement.
Nebraska’s anti-choice politicians are trying to ban telemedicine abortions, but they are already banned. And the new law could eliminate all medical abortions in the process.
Now the abortion restriction bill moves to the legislature for a vote.
Both bills stalled in the judiciary committee.
The state just keeps adding more restrictions to how and when abortions can be performed.
State legislators fight to restore family planning funds in New Jersey, while the Texas GOP is unabashed in efforts to limit the rights of all living persons. One bright spot in New York.
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.