Mann said Ohio's restrictive climate added hurdles to the already heartbreaking process of undergoing a D&C, or dilation
Fedor is not the first lawmaker to share a personal story during debate over an abortion bill. In April 2013, then-Nevada
When politicians start advancing laws that will actually help women -- not just co-opting the language -- then we can all celebrate and declare a real victory.
Some politicians in Ohio have explicitly said their goal is to make our state more like Texas. So there's a great irony that, just as one brave woman in Austin was standing up to protect reproductive health choices for women, men here in Columbus were plotting ways to take them away.
Months after "Mary" opted against the abortion, Hood said, she returned to the office with a baby and thanked the technician
While several GOP-controlled state legislatures flipped back to a Democratic majority on Tuesday, Ohio's State Assembly remained
To win votes for one of the most stringent abortion restrictions in the nation, an Ohio anti-abortion group has employed
Energized by Republican gains in the last election and still stinging from the passage of President Obama's healthcare overhaul