The abortion debate continues in Washington and here in Houston. The first pro-life march since the overturning of the landmark Roe V. Wade decision happened and those on the other side are planning rallies of their own. FOX 26's Sherman Desselle reports more on the story.
- Argus Leader
The bill, filed by Rep. Taylor Rehfeldt, R-Sioux Falls, will clarify what life of mother means when an abortion is needed to save a pregnant mother's life.
The Virginia governor introduced the idea of a 15-week ban last year, likely to bolster his anti-abortion record before a 2024 presidential run.
Walgreens Boots Alliance’s annual shareholder meeting had some unannounced visitors yesterday (Jan. 26).
June 24, 2022, started unremarkably for documentary filmmaker Tracy Droz Tragos (Abortion: Stories Women Tell, Rich Hill). She was dropping her child off at summer camp in the Berkshires and had to swing by CVS to grab a disposable camera, as the camp didn’t allow cell phones. And then she heard it on the radio: The Supreme Court had overturned Roe v. Wade. She got to work, capturing footage of response on the ground, and most revealingly, shooting a doctor fielding calls from women whose schedu
- Kansas City Star
Republican state senators laughed as they introduced a law that would violate the voters’ clear wishes.
- Yahoo Life
Experts say that having an abortion is not linked to mental health issues, but being denied a wanted abortion is.
After the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade and removed federal protections for abortion last year, a North Carolina House Democrat has introduced a bill that would codify Roe in the state.
- Detroit Free Press
Corporations have stood up for LGBTQ Americans and and people of color. They must defend women whose autonomy is under assault by the Supreme Court.
- USA TODAY
The famous couple is "full of love" after welcoming a child nearly three years after they lost their son Jack at 20 weeks of pregnancy.
- Detroit Free Press
We thought Michigan's 1931 abortion ban was irrelevant for 49 years. Democrats should repeal it because anti-abortion groups won't stop fighting to revive it.
- The Hill
The maker of a generic version of mifepristone, the first of two drugs used in medication abortions, sued West Virginia’s attorney general and a local prosecuting attorney on Wednesday over the state’s restrictions on the medication. GenBioPro argued that West Virginia’s abortion ban and restrictions have caused it “significant, ongoing economic injury” and are preempted by federal…
Japan's health ministry will soon decide whether to make abortion pills available for the first time after the proposal cleared a major hurdle with endorsement by a government panel on Friday.A ministry official told AFP that an expert panel had reviewed the proposal and "saw no problem with approving it".
- Good Morning America
An Illinois man has been arrested and charged for allegedly setting fire to a Planned Parenthood clinic, federal authorities said Wednesday. Tyler W. Massengill, 32, of Chillicoth, Illinois, is facing charges of malicious use of fire and an explosive to damage as well as attempt to damage, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday in the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois. The charges stem from a fire that was reported late in the night on Jan. 15 at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Peoria, about 160 miles southwest of Chicago.
- Florida Today
Before protesting on behalf of pro-life or pro-choice, Chaplain Norris Burkes asks that we consider how complicated life can be.
- Associated Press
A South Carolina Supreme Court decision five days before the General Assembly returned for 2023 raised the possibility that abortion bans could once more dominate legislative debate in the state. Then the highest court in South Carolina ruled in early January that a 2021 law banning abortions when cardiac activity is detected, at about six weeks after conception, violated the state constitution's right to privacy.
- BuzzFeed News
"The damage to the health center is extensive, and we are estimating it cost over $1M to rebuild," Planned Parenthood of Illinois said.View Entire Post ›
- NBC News
Abortion pill manufacturer GenBioPro is suing West Virginia over its sweeping ban on the procedure, saying the state law is unconstitutional.