Utah Senator Mike Lee has formalized his anti-choice compatriots’ House remarks into a new Senate resolution.
More lawmakers are using the Gosnell trial to create TRAP laws, but their bills are going nowhere.
Abortion providers and the women they serve are already feeling the sting of anti-choice legislators all too eager to use the Gosnell case as a flimsy excuse for rolling back reproductive rights and access.
A federal court finds that the state of Mississippi can’t enforce the provision of its TRAP law that mandates all doctors performing abortions have hospital admitting privileges.
Unable to muster actual compassion for Gosnell’s victims, anti-choicers got right to work seeking ways to exploit his crimes to further reduce access to safe, legal abortion, and to create more Gosnells in the future.
New bills to close the only North Dakota abortion clinic and ban abortion at 20 weeks are now headed to the governor, but “personhood” did not get approved, despite earlier reports.
The author of a Texas TRAP law said Tuesday he didn’t believe the bill would lead to closure of any abortion providing facilities, or reduce access to safe, legal abortion care for Texans, even though that’s exactly what it is meant to do.
The governor promised he would not sign any new abortion restrictions. Will he keep his word?
Arkansas recently approved the earliest abortion ban in the nation, but it may not hold that distinction for long.
The legislature is claiming new clinic rules are for women’s safety. But the governor will close the clinics for God.