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"Delaying abortions by weeks does nothing to further the State's interest in combatting COVID-19," they say.
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It's time to free midwives from excessive regulation and make room for more home births.
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"Adherence to guidelines among telecontraception vendors may be higher than it is among clinics that provide in-person visits," the authors write.
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Ursula Wing sold abortion drugs to U.S. customers and is now charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States.
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Restrictionists once again discover that draconian rules aren’t enough to overcome people unwilling to obey.
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"First trimester abortions, which typically require only medication, do not require the onsite presence of a licensed physician."
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Forget coat-hangers and back alleys. The future of illegal abortions is online pharmaceuticals.
"The majority's view, if taken literally, could radically change prior law," warn the Court's liberal justices.
"Time is truly of the essence here," said a lawyer for women imprisoned at Santa Rita Jail.
The change would put D.C. in line with a rapidly rising number of states allowing pharmacist-prescribed oral contraceptives.
With abortion pills easily accessible online, the issue could be a big one in coming years.
Congressional conservatives want to ban "discrimination against the unborn on the basis of sex."
A amendment from Democrats says no state money can go to defending the law in court.
Crisis pregnancy centers in California say the state's "Reproductive FACT Act" violates their First Amendment rights.
This was a simple choice: Compel the girl to give birth or let her get an abortion. The fact that she is undocumented doesn't change that reality.
Defenders of Obamacare's contraceptive mandate give short shrift to religious liberty.
The rules' purpose is to "indoctrinate pregnant women into the belief held by some...Christians that a separate and unique human being begins at conception" said appeals court.
The Trump administration has signaled support for the ban, which would throw abortion doctors in jail and let women who get abortions sue their doctors.
Bullied By the State, Toledo Abortion Clinic Takes Its Fight to Remain Open to the Ohio Supreme Court
The Capital Care Network was ordered to close in 2014. Instead, it took the state to court.
Bioethicists in Britain say yes. But there are no such limits in the U.S. yet.
Tamara Loertscher gave birth to a healthy baby boy in 2015. Then she challenged the Wisconsin law that nearly kept them apart.
Look beyond Medicaid to really cut dependence on Planned Parenthood while still ensuring that low-income women have access to medical care.
"I'm for limited government, so stay out of my guns, and you can stay out of my body as well," said Lahren on The View last week.
Trump Brings Back Ban on Funds for Groups That Promote Abortion, While Congress Reconsiders Global Anti-Prostitution Pledge
Here we go again, and again, and again...
A majority of both Republicans and Democrats think the Supreme Court should leave Roe alone.
The 'Heartbeat Bill' was considered too unconstitutional to touch, but "Trump's election changed the dynamic."
The gap between Republicans and Democrats on abortion is at its widest point in nearly 10 years.
At Planned Parenthood clinics, 43 percent of all abortions are now drug-induced, not surgical.
Late-Term Abortions Are Rare and 'Partial Birth Abortions' Illegal. Why Do They Keep Dominating the Reproductive-Rights Debate?
A few facts about late-term abortion in America...