“Today is such a day of mixed emotions,” says Nancy Northup, President and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, about the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. “It’s a day of both concern and real energy,” says Northup. On all sides of the issue, people remain engaged and mobilized – an important factor since there’s a long fight still ahead as anti-abortion groups try to stop the distribution of abortion pills and curb other rights related to abortion. She says to keep eyes on Texas, where groups are seeking a nationwide ban on abortion medication.
- Fox News
The Minnesota Senate passed the PRO Act early Saturday morning, legislation that supporters say protects the right to abortion and opponents say is an "extreme" measure permitting late-term abortion.
- Mansfield News Journal
Reader-submitted letter of public opinion.
- Lansing State Journal
The protestors gathered mainly to celebrate 2022’s overturning of Roe v. Wade and lament the passage of Proposal 3.
On Friday, Ronna Romney McDaniel won her fourth term as chair of the Republican National Committee, and one of her first orders of business was to pass a resolution pledging that the party would get even more aggressive on abortion. The RNC resolution urges Republicans to “go on offense” on abortion in the 2024 election cycle and calls for state and federal lawmakers to “pass the strongest pro-life legislation possible,” such as bans on abortion at about six weeks, when embryonic cardiac activit
- Fresno Bee
”The emergency departments currently in Fresno County really are not the place for people to go” for non-emergencies, health officials say.
- USA TODAY
Illinois man charged in Planned Parenthood clinic fire; FBI offers $25,000 reward in unsolved attacks
The FBI is asking the public for information in a series of attacks targeting reproductive health facilities across the country.
- The Telegraph
More than half a million patients a year will be treated in “hospitals at home” in an attempt to relieve pressure on A&E departments.
- The New York Times
IN A TIME OF STRAINED CAPACITY, THE ‘HOSPITAL AT HOME’ MOVEMENT IS FIGURING OUT HOW TO CREATE AN INPATIENT LEVEL OF CARE ANYWHERE. Manuelita Romero sipped cranberry juice as she lay in her bed, surrounded by pillows, blanketed under a soft white cover patterned with blue-and-green flowers. She was 92 and wearing pearl earrings and a necklace of rosary beads. Her bedroom, in a sandy, one-story adobe-style house in southwestern Albuquerque that she shared with one of her sons, was decorated with f
- The Independent
I have seen basic working conditions steadily deteriorate over the past couple of decades
England's National Health Service (NHS) on Monday announced a two-year recovery plan to help restore emergency care and frontline services, currently struggling through one of their toughest winters. "Urgent and emergency care is facing serious challenges but we have an ambitious and credible plan to fix it," Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said. Sunak, in office for just three months, has said cutting hospital waiting times is one of his major priorities.