Anti-choice lawmakers are considering a bill to redefine fetal viability and end legal abortion in Tennessee.
- Despite Supreme Court Win, Texas Abortion Clinics Still Shuttered
- Prominent Anti-Choice Group Aided Propaganda Campaign Against Planned Parenthood
- Anti-Choice Lawmakers Make ‘Calculated Push’ to Restrict Medication Abortion
- Campaign Week in Review: Pete Buttigieg Opposes the Anti-Choice Helms Amendment
- ‘This Fight Has Existential Stakes’: How a Court Ruling Has Thrown Kansas Abortion Laws Into Flux
- A New Abortion Ban Makes Its Way to Congress for the First Time
Revelations that Americans United for Life gave extensive support to an anti-choice smear campaign comes after a jury awarded Planned Parenthood over $2.2 million in damages in its civil lawsuit against the Center for Medical Progress.
Texas Republicans' omnibus anti-choice law continues to devastate abortion access in the state even after the U.S. Supreme Court struck parts of the law.
The state's forced parental consent bill has been referred to as a “stalking horse” meant to overhaul Florida’s constitutional right to privacy, which protects access to abortion.
This week, Pete Buttigieg's campaign said he backs ending the anti-choice Helms Amendment, and Sen. Kamala Harris spoke about her plan to safeguard abortion rights.
Sen. Cory Booker, a Democratic presidential contender, said his White House Office of Reproductive Freedom would deal with issues of reproductive freedom including infertility, maternal mortality, infant mortality.