“I am so thankful that the change in the law will allow other women and girls to deal with matters like this privately in their own family circle.”
"There is a human right here to be defended," said Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, who sees the internet as a way around America's most restrictive anti-abortion laws.
Transgender men and other gender-nonconforming folks get abortions, too. But no one's discussing how the recent abortion bans will affect them.
As several states roll back abortion access, California lawmakers are pushing ahead with expansions.
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have made it the first state to stock the abortion pill on college campuses.
Jason Miller denied the accusation, brought forward by his ex in child custody court documents.
If abortion is made illegal again? “We’d use a coat hanger, like our grandmothers did.”
If the law goes into effect, Arkansas will be the only state to practically ban medical abortions.
"We should all be concerned when our government forces doctors to recommend an experimental therapy," a doctor said.
There's a shortage of abortion providers in rural areas nationwide, but a handful of lawsuits could change that.
This will make a huge difference for women in states with abortion restrictions.
This discussion is important right now as the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case (Whole Woman's Health v. Cole, No. 15
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story reported that the clinic was opening in Washington, D.C. It is located just
According to the lawsuit filed on behalf of Reproductive Services in Tulsa and the Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice
Having been successful in creating onerous barriers to abortion -- technically still a legal procedure in the United States -- at the state level, anti-abortion activists continue their assault.