Abortion rates have been on the decline in the United States since the 1980s, due in large part to an increase in the use of long-acting reversible contraceptive methods, according to new research.
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History teaches that powerful men, like Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who are credibly accused of abusing women, don’t face public repercussions. So I doubt anything will come up in this latest claim.
Extreme abortion bans, like the near-total ban passed this year in Georgia's Republican-majority legislature, are contributing to an increase in the number of people leaving their states to seek abortions.
At Jane’s Due Process, I hear from teens nationwide experiencing the burden of parental consent laws.
The witness had been surreptitiously filmed in 2015 by anti-choice activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt as part of a smear campaign against abortion providers and fetal tissue researchers.
The California bill would require public universities to provide medication abortion at student health centers on campus.