The massive new health care center, located in southern Illinois, is equipped to serve an estimated 11,000 patients annually.
This is the latest of several states whose strict abortion laws have been stopped by courts.
The ruling upheld a Virginia law requiring women to undergo an ultrasound and wait at least 24 hours before having an abortion.
Illinois authorities are baffled over why the former abortion provider hadn't followed standard medical practices.
The measures expand who can provide abortions and when insurance must cover the procedure. Anti-abortion groups failed in a bid to repeal them.
A new report cites fewer women becoming pregnant for the decline, likely because of increased accessibility of contraception.
It's illegal in Texas to use public funds to pay abortion providers, so Austin is funding easier access to abortion care instead.
The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
Between 2012 and 2017, at least 276,000 women in the U.S. terminated their pregnancies outside their home state.
The widely protested law was set to go into effect the next day.
The campaign aims to raise awareness about abortion restrictions as it seeks to gather 500,000 online signatures to mark the 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
The group has been under pressure to cut ties with the GOP senator, but she still remains a much-needed ally in the fight against the Title X abortion "gag rule."
“My reasons for having an abortion are real. They surround me every day,” the actress said.
Farhan Sheikh, 19, wrote on his iFunny page that he intends to “murder any doctor, patient, or visitor," according to a federal complaint.
“Thank God, justice was done,” she said outside the court.
After President Donald Trump's administration put restrictions on Title X money, Planned Parenthood decided to stop taking the funding.
The congressman from Iowa defended his bizarre remarks and suggested he was the victim of a “vibrant left-wing media.”
The Iowa congressman was defending not allowing exceptions for rape and incest in anti-abortion legislation he tried to pass in Congress.