“We cannot become complacent,” Sen. Kirstin Gillibrand said after the 5-4 decision in favor of abortion rights.
The Supreme Court has struck down a law that would have dramatically reduced abortion access in Louisana.
The case concerned a law that would leave the state with just one abortion provider.
Under pressure by anti-abortion activists ― including a board of health member ― the state health department became a weapon in the war against abortion.
Under the bill, abortions would be banned before many women know they’re pregnant.
Seven towns that passed measures banning reproductive rights groups from operating within their jurisdictions have changed course in response to a lawsuit.
Closing clinics, banning telehealth and enforcing waiting periods is dangerous and burdensome at any time, but especially during this pandemic.
In defiance of stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines, protesters continue to harass patients at abortion clinics.
In "AKA Jane Roe," Norma McCorvey admits that her second act as an anti-abortion activist, was, in fact, just an act.
The revelation from Norma McCorvey, known as Jane Roe in Roe v. Wade, is a reminder of the most powerful asset of the anti-abortion movement: money.