A proposed bill in the state legislature would let New Yorkers use their tax returns to help people access abortion care.
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Ambitious pro-choice efforts likely wouldn’t pass the U.S. Senate without reform.
The Population Institute attributes the country's first failing grade to Title X restrictions, the appointment of federal judges, and cutting evidence-based sexuality education.
Some state legislators are threatening to derail bipartisan efforts to expand Medicaid to 150,000 uninsured Kansans unless an anti-abortion constitutional amendment is approved.
With Heartbeat International’s uncovered manipulations, the organization is paving the way for the marketing of deceit, threatening access to abortion care around the world.
Anti-choice legislation advanced in Oklahoma and Arizona last week, and a Mississippi Republican proposed a bill even more extreme than the state's near-total abortion ban.