Governor Rick Scott signed two new pieces of abortion legislation late Friday evening.
Could a miniature ultrasound machine that sends images via cellphone improve maternal health outcomes? Also, Nevada passes anti-discrimination bills and Florida passes slate of anti-abortion bills.
A van offering ultrasounds that had its parking permit pulled by the city got their spot back thank to the mayor, who overrode the council.
Two states are moving forward on plans to make ultrasounds mandatory before abortions.
A new product may eventually allow a pregnant woman to see her baby whenever she wants. But for now it’s still in the “conception” phase.
Conservatives in Michigan are at once proposing to make working-class motherhood more financially challenging while at the same time placing further restrictions on the choice of whether and when to become a mother in the first place.
While extremist lawmakers attempt to ban late abortions, some women choose to terminate in the second trimester for critical reasons.
Not happy enough with just a regular ultrasound law, Michigan senate has now even placed restrictions on the type of machine that can be used.
When you think that something is wrong with your future child, the waiting can hurt more than the results.
The Protestant Churches of England new Christmas promotion poster goes back in time 2000 years (with portable ultrasound machine) and peeks into the womb of Mary to show Jesus as a fetus, complete with halo.