Anti-abortion lawmakers are no longer worried about reaffirming Roe—they have their sights set on something even more terrifying. And if they win, you could end up in jail.
Abortion opponents distance themselves from clinic burnings and bombings and murders of abortions providers. Yet it's their violent rhetoric that sets these acts into motion.
SCOTUS may soon debate the stringent provider requirements opponents have long been fighting for. And the decision could make safely terminating a pregnancy all but impossible.
After failing to get the Senate to approve a bill that would defund the women’s health organization, abortion opponents have a new strategy: death by a thousand cuts.
In Alabama, officials pulled out all the stops to persuade a woman behind bars not to have an abortion. The fact that it worked may have set a terrifying precedent.