The case should be about fair and easy access to legal abortion and truth in advertising. But CPC lawyers want to turn this into a fight for free speech—and that's bad news for abortion rights.
The state's legislature is weighing a new anti-choice bill forcing women to be "counseled" at crisis pregnancy centers, after the courts said no the first time. Will they get it through on the second try?
A conservative-majority Supreme Court is more than just a nightmare scenario for abortion rights; with increasing pressure from "Personhood" pro-lifers, Republicans are planning on it.
Republicans knew they didn't have the votes to pass the "Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act." But yesterday's vote was all about grandstanding for the midterms, taking nasty to a new level.
Today is the 45th anniversary of the embattled decision that gave physicians the right to perform an abortion—but what about the woman seeking one? To save abortion, it may be time to rewrite the law.
More than 1,000 abortion opponents descended on a Charlotte, North Carolina, clinic last Friday to protest. But even pro-lifers are beginning to wonder how effective they are.
Republicans don't have a platform. But they do know how to unify their base: Portray every Democrat as a baby killer. And support all pro-life candidates—even sexual predators like Roy Moore.
The Religious Right is obsessed with blocking birth control, banning abortion, advocating for premarital abstinence, claiming it will stop predators—all while defending and encouraging them.
The administration threw every obstruction at the pregnant 17-year-old refugee in Texas from having an abortion, not on legal but "religious freedom" grounds. Next time they may not fail.
After all, why was birth control—and health insurance in general—ever in the hands of employers in the first place?