It took centuries for medicine to recognize ectopic pregnancies. Now Ohio legislators want to force doctors to "reimplant" them in a woman's uterus—which is medically impossible.
With their horrendous Graham-Cassidy bill DOA, Republicans are breathing new life into an old anti-abortion bill. And this time, they may just be able to come through, to the detriment of us all.
Kentucky’s last abortion clinic is facing its final legal showdown to keep its doors open. We’ve seen this before, and with 33 GOP-led states, we’re poised to see it happen again. And again.
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.
This summer, Missouri finally reopened a second abortion clinic in its state —just as the Sanctify Human Life Committee launched a lethal campaign to shut down every one.
Even the Republicans are telling the presidential candidates to rein in their anti-repro-rights stance. But who will that hurt in the end?
Ohio legislators have introduced a bill banning abortions following a Down syndrome diagnosis. Fetal anomalies are now a weapon in this new phase of the abortion-access war.
Anti-abortion advocates want to claim viability at 22 weeks—and we should let them. This is why.
This week, Congress is poised to pass a tweaked "Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act," with new language that appeases all GOP’ers. And signals very disturbing news for rape survivors.