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Weeks into the job, and Associate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will weigh in on whether the court should take an abortion rights case out of Indiana.
Rachel Peterson says a Michigan pharmacist refused to fill a prescription for misoprostol to treat her miscarriage because of a religious objection to abortion.
The new rules threaten contraceptive care for the millions of people who depend on the birth control benefit.
Most of the world's decades-old abortion laws don't reflect the advent of the abortion pill, and they permit the punishment of people who end their own pregnancies and nonmedical providers.