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Anti-abortion lawmakers are hopeful that one of their bills will be the vehicle used to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The court called for a lower-court judge to take a new look at the issue and rule within 40 days.
Twenty years after medication abortion was approved in the U.S., patients are still jumping through hoops to access it.
Republican lawmakers wrote the agency to claim medication abortion is dangerous, despite ample evidence to the contrary.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, patients should be able to obtain medication abortion pills through the mail. But that's not the reality yet.
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the fiction that most abortions need to be performed in a clinic setting.
“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.