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.
The Lone Star state’s alarming new omnibus bill bans D&E, even in cases of sexual assault. If it's deemed "constitutional" by the conservative Fifth Circuit—then on we go to the Supreme Court.
On Saturday, Operation Save America was arrested for violating a law protecting people seeking access to abortion clinics. But under the Trump administration, who will be protected next time?
"It is beyond rational belief that HB 2 could genuinely protect the health of women," wrote Justice Ginsburg in today's ruling. What does this victory mean for the future of repro rights?
Boycotts imposed on states discriminating against LGBTQ people are effective. So where are our corporate saviors defending repro rights, now under vicious attack in UT, TX, FL, and IN?
When SCOTUS hears arguments for Whole Women’s Health v. Cole this spring, the vote will likely come down to an abortion opponent who kept Roe v. Wade from being overturned.
Lone Star state abortion opponents are circumventing HIPAA laws to get personal info from medical records, to intimidate providers and patients. And it's not the first time we've seen this.
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.
The writer is haunted by the injustice of the 28-year-old's death, and the knowledge that the simplest act of defiance—even in an airport security line—could end in tragedy.
Not quite a victory, but a sigh of relief: The ruling means that all 19 of the state's providers may continue to operate without having active hospital-admitting privileges.