Anti-choice lawmakers are considering a bill to redefine fetal viability and end legal abortion in Tennessee.
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Records read aloud in court indicate David Daleiden hoped to “ignite public outrage at Planned Parenthood” and “permanently destroy” Planned Parenthood's reputation.
The Court's decision to hear the case of June Medical Services v. Gee will test the strength of Chief Justice John Roberts’ stated dedication to upholding Supreme Court precedent.
Anti-choice lawmakers in state legislatures have for years used fetal remains burial laws to create barriers and add costs to abortion care.
Will the appeals court use this as yet another chance to go rogue?
Three weeks ago, Hurricane Dorian forced me to reckon with the reality of what it's like to access abortion in the midst of a disaster.