In many ways, across state and even party lines, voters did it together.
One 10-year-old became the focus of debate, but more than 1,000 girls under 15 seek abortions each year. “How are we going to help the pregnant kids?”
Under pressure to act, Democrats have scheduled votes on bills to preserve abortion access. But with Republicans and at least one Democrat opposed, they lack the support to succeed.
Abortion rights advocates filed lawsuits to halt or delay bans on abortion in some states, with judges in Louisiana and Utah temporarily blocking new laws.
Sales of the emergency contraceptive surged after the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The annual parade included joyous celebration, but the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling and the threat to gay rights cast an undeniable shadow.
In Wisconsin, Michigan and other states, abortion bans that were long considered dormant could determine if access to the procedure survives the overturning of Roe.
The decision will lead to all but total bans on the procedure in about half of the states.
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The Planned Parenthood clinic in Fort Myers, Fla., has seen an increase in patients arriving from Texas, even as it struggles to keep up with increasing restrictions in its own state.
Constantly updating terminology isn’t going to achieve progressive aims.
The law is obsolete because of Roe v. Wade but still on the books. Abortion rights advocates are worried that a potential Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe will revive it.
Activists and nonprofits are considering digital currencies as a way to raise funds. But can they really do anything other payment methods can’t?
The event was among numerous protests planned across the country this weekend.
Armed with megaphones, signs, buttons and at least one letterpress for speedy poster production, groups supporting and opposing abortion rights demonstrated.
The new law allows trained medical professionals other than physicians to perform abortions and requires insurance providers to cover more costs.
In advance of a Supreme Court decision, states are proposing new restrictions and heavier criminal penalties on medication abortion.
Prosecutors said the defendants had used their bodies, furniture, chains and ropes to block the doors to an abortion clinic in Washington in 2020 and had livestreamed their actions on Facebook.
The measure, approved by the Republican-controlled legislature, mirrors the Mississippi law now before the Supreme Court.
The philanthropist announced new donations to Ukraine aid and Planned Parenthood, and said she would soon debut a database of all her giving.
Investigators have not identified any suspects in the arson case. The health clinic, in Knoxville, Tenn., was shot at by someone last year.
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The group’s Los Angeles affiliate said it did not know who was responsible for the ransomware attack and did not believe any information had been used for “fraudulent purposes.”
How abortion-rights groups failed to stop the erosion of Roe v. Wade.
Abortion-right supporters need to stop banging our heads against the Supreme Court’s marble walls.
But the court said it would hear arguments on Nov. 1 on challenges to the law from the Biden administration and abortion providers in the state.
At least six clinics had returned to performing the procedure, but most of the state’s roughly two dozen abortion clinics were waiting, weighing the risks under the new law.
With a Supreme Court ruling in the balance, an Olympic medalist joined a group of more than 500 athletes supporting reproductive rights.
Forty years after her appointment as the court’s first female justice, it’s worth reflecting on the path she took.
It’s a watershed moment in a long-running war on reproductive rights in the state.
The order’s effect is narrow, as it will prevent Texas Right to Life and its associates from suing Planned Parenthood only until Sept. 17.
Outpacing Mississippi in the race for the worst state for women.
The law would have banned the procedure except to save the life of a pregnant woman in a medical emergency.
The measure bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy. And it effectively deputizes ordinary citizens to sue people involved in the process.
Until now, the courts have saved them from their efforts to restrict the procedure.
The case, arising from a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks, could undermine the constitutional right to abortion established in Roe v. Wade.
We must reckon with Margaret Sanger’s association with white supremacist groups and eugenics.
The law, set to take effect in May, requires any father whose paternity has been confirmed to pay half of a mother’s insurance premiums while she is pregnant, and any related medical costs.
Deep in the heart of Texas, poverty means illness reigns.
Gen Z activists have been unapologetic and confrontational, a shift in tactics for a movement at a crossroads.
As one woman, Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, stands ready to derail reproductive rights, another, Planned Parenthood President Alexis McGill Johnson, stands ready to defend them.
The G.O.P. convention featured an extreme anti-abortion activist. The Democrats mostly kept mum.
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Online sales have become blockbuster events as long-sidelined pastry chefs lead a charge toward activism.
The group will remove the reproductive-rights pioneer’s name from a Manhattan clinic as it reconsiders her views.
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