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The six-week ban is a wall against which lawmakers have been bashing their heads incessantly in the hopes that it will crumble. And it might.
Efforts to make getting an abortion a pain in the ass continue unabated in states like Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
We get it, Mississippi. You are dying to gut abortion access.
In their rush to ascribe nefarious motives to abortion providers, Oklahoma Republicans passed a law to remedy a problem that doesn’t exist.
What's the point of forcing abortion patients to obtain a negative COVID-19 test, besides creating another barrier to care? There is none.
Anti-choice activists are pushing bad faith arguments to get the Trump administration to exclude Planned Parenthood from Medicaid.
Abortion clinics protesters are fighting stay-at-home orders and putting pregnant people—who are immunosuppressed by virtue of being pregnant—at risk of contracting COVID-19.
Texas' arguments about abortion care during the COVID-19 pandemic leading to overtaxed health-care systems, depleted resources, and further spreading of the virus are patently ridiculous.
Top Texas officials, including Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, seem to think banning legal abortion and sacrificing the elderly are the best ways to combat the outbreak.
The president and governors across the country are declaring states of emergency as the coronavirus spreads. And still, state-level Republicans are jamming through anti-abortion bills.
The story of Ann Cooper, told in The Unfit Heiress, "helped to modernize eugenics by shifting focus from hereditary to environmental defects."