The “partial-birth abortion” procedure that debate moderator Chris Wallace referred to is an inflammatory and non-medical term created by the anti-choice National Right to Life Committee in hopes of making abortion restrictions easier to pass.
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Dr. Robert Rho could face up to 15 years in prison if found guilty of recklessly causing the death of a 30-year-old Buffalo, New York, woman.
New research upends a widely held belief in the anti-choice movement that women feel conflicted about abortion care and need state-assisted intervention, including forced waiting periods and mandatory counseling.
"As a student who relies on the Wellness Center for health care, it makes me furious that they’re not providing medically accurate information," Melissa Haggerty, 21, told Rewire.
“Donald Trump's words degraded and insulted women in the most flagrant possible way, and yet Hillary Clinton's policy is to allow the murder of a half a million little tiny women every year," Franks said in an interview with CNN's Erin Burnett.
Financial and regulatory documents show that Trump retained substantial ownership and control of the companies whose records Rewire examined. On at least eight occasions since 2007, Trump's companies have had to reinstate or reimburse workers who were fired illegally in retaliation for their union activities, the documents show.