Until we have more insight about the reasons for the 25 percent decrease in the national abortion rate, the abortion rate is just that: a number.
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Thousands of Tennesseans were removed from a federal Medicare Savings Program because they didn’t complete paperwork. State officials say they mailed a warning—but advocates say few received notice.
Thursday's executive orders are only the latest attempts to deny millions of people vital care.
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“We do not turn anyone away.”
Access to care is especially critical in a state ravaged by the opioid crisis.
Recordings of California nursing courses reveal the extent to which students were taught about dubious anti-choice myths pushed by organizations opposed to abortion rights.