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.
Georgia will use federal TANF money for domestic violence shelters which could eliminate services for women without children, what do state ant-abortion bills say about women, Arizona enacts more anti-abortion legislation, and Starbucks selling a maternal health benefit CD.
Rep. Steve King of Iowa is certain that Planned Parenthood is using federal money to fund it’s telemedicine abortion care. He’s trying to get an investigation started…but will anyone listen?
As the House prepares to vote on the “Repeal the Puppy-Strangling Job-Vivisecting O-Commie-Care Act,” or whatever they’re calling it, the White House actually seems to have its act together on offense.
An Ohio abortion ban may be on the way, Rep. Pence explains his ludicrous Title X legislation, regular screenings essential to early detection of cervical cancer, NYC school chief under fire for flippant remark on birth control, and the Iowa Board of Medicine will not sanction PP of the Heartland for telemed abortions.
More than 1500 women have successfully used Planned Parenthood of the Heartland’s telemedicine program for medical abortions, and that makes anti-choice leaders nervous.
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.