Abortion

"Every day we live with the decision we made, one that was reached only after experiencing unimaginable grief."
State legislatures with eyes on a Supreme Court showdown have introduced more than 500 bills restricting the procedure.
The Hyde Amendment denies insurance coverage for abortions to people who receive their health coverage through government-sponsored plans like Medicaid.
U.S. District Judge Mary Geiger Lewis wrote that a lawsuit challenging South Carolina's abortion ban is "likely to succeed."
The legislation prohibits abortion in the state unless a pregnancy poses a risk to the mother's life. A legal challenge to the bill is virtually certain.
Anti-abortion lawmakers are hopeful that one of their bills will be the vehicle used to overturn Roe v. Wade.
American bishops insist the new one-shot vaccine isn't the preferred option for Catholics since it was developed using stem cells from the 1970s and ’80s.
The Guttmacher Institute analyzed the impact of rescinding the amendment, which bars U.S. foreign aid from being used to pay for abortions abroad.
A federal judge has intervened to stop the extreme bill from taking effect.
The so-called “fetal heartbeat” law is part of a wave of extreme abortion measures passed by GOP-controlled state legislatures and is likely to be blocked in court.