In Mason, Ohio, the city council is considering an ordinance outlawing abortion—with the help of a Texas anti-abortion group.
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Since Texas SB 8 went into effect on September 1, abortion access has been in chaos for Texans—and for patients and providers in surrounding states.
"The Court recognizes that not all pregnant people identify as women."
If you’re under 18, it's possible to access abortion in Texas, but thanks to the harmful laws and legal chaos, it's extremely difficult.
Wanting in on the abortion bounty action, a Florida Republican is the first state lawmaker to file a Texas SB 8 copycat bill.
Student survivors say the policies that former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos put in place aren't aimed at protecting them and their right to learn.