A wave of ballot measures reminds us most Americans are moderate on abortion.
The former president is right to worry that supporting restrictions on abortion could hurt him in the general election.
Despite state-level bans, new data show around 46,000 more abortions were performed during the first six months of 2023 than during the same period in 2020.
A study from researchers at Johns Hopkins is the first to look at the effects of Texas' 2021 "Heartbeat Act" on live births.
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Americans’ opinions are more nuanced than headlines suggest, leaving little room for total bans.
The Supreme Court's Dobbs decision gives states the ability to prohibit abortion. For a lot of pro-lifers, this highlights how much persuading they still have to do.
An underground network in Chicago helped women terminate thousands of pregnancies amid abortion prohibition.
The Supreme Court said in 1942 that local activity, not just interstate activity, was subject to congressional regulation.
Last week, a Kansas judge halted the enforcement of a law requiring a doctor to be in the same room as a patient taking abortion pills—a move hailed by abortion advocates as an important step to increase medication abortion access in the state.
Out-of-state and self-managed abortions pose daunting challenges for pro-life legislators.
Estimated Drop in Clinic Abortions Does Not Take Into Account Seasonal Variation or Self-Managed Abortions
The report highlights the power and limits of state bans as well as the difficulty of measuring their impact.
The Constitution's commerce clause guarantees a domestic free trade zone. A state law that bars a resident from traveling to take advantage of another state’s economic activity would be unconstitutional.
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The conservative majority's commitments on contraception, sexual intimacy, and same-sex marriage
The Biden Administration is apparently considering a range of responses should te Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade.
An assessment of claims that Justice Alito's draft opinion rests on historical error, provides no meaningful basis for distinguishing abortion from other unenumerated rights, and forecloses constitutional protection of the mother's life.
The former Associate Justice joins those condemning the leak of a draft opinion.