Two bills that could radically change how teens access abortion are nearly on their way to the governor for her approval.
In a motion to dismiss a legal challenge to the state’s ban on most abortions after 12 weeks, attorneys for the state take Roe head on and argue that the law is constitutional because it protects women.
In the wake of the tragic and preventable death of Savita Halappanavar, Irish politicians promised that this government would “not become the seventh to ‘neglect and ignore’ the issue of the Supreme Court ruling abortion on the X Case.” Six months later, the cabinet has proposed a bill it says will not “change the law” on abortion.
Attorney arguments for major Catholic health provider may set precedent bolstering arguments against fetal personhood.
Alaska has found that “personhood” is blatantly unconstitutional. So why is Iowa still trying to pass it?
Utah Senator Mike Lee has formalized his anti-choice compatriots’ House remarks into a new Senate resolution.
The Obama administration fights for barriers to emergency contraception for no good reason, while the right pushes for even greater concessions on exemptions to the birth control benefit.
Public pressure from the state’s anti-choice activists, including a medical board member, has put one Toledo clinic on the verge of closure.
An excerpt from Crow After Roe, the new book by RH Reality Check Senior Political Reporter Robin Marty and Senior Legal Analyst Jessica Mason Pieklo.
In essence, a new bill in Michigan will offer religious entities their own set of exclusive rights to deem who is allowed health care and why.