Anti-choice lawmakers are considering a bill to redefine fetal viability and end legal abortion in Tennessee.
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Extreme abortion bans, like the near-total ban passed this year in Georgia's Republican-majority legislature, are contributing to an increase in the number of people leaving their states to seek abortions.
“I'm an abortion doula because I see it as a way to ensure a world that is more healed, more just, and more free.”
At Jane’s Due Process, I hear from teens nationwide experiencing the burden of parental consent laws.
The witness had been surreptitiously filmed in 2015 by anti-choice activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt as part of a smear campaign against abortion providers and fetal tissue researchers.
I will not stop speaking up about reproductive justice—nor should any of us, especially those of us who identify as people of faith.