As clinics close and self-managed abortion becomes more common, a first-of-its-kind fund will step in where people are facing prosecution for inducing their own abortions.
Five states have only one abortion clinic left standing.
But the abortion pill sites people rely on are in jeopardy.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments Wednesday on a Louisiana law that requires providers to have admitting privileges.
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Independent abortion clinics' budgets were slashed after being driven from the only federal program dedicated to family planning.
More than half of Illinois-based Hope Clinic's patients come from Missouri—a number that's only rising amid threats to the state's last abortion provider.
Despite calls that the bill will impend free speech, the safety of patients and staff prevailed.
Ongoing legal cases in Ohio and Kentucky make it clear that the war is far from over.
Governor Eric Greitens wants to overturn a city ordinance that makes it illegal for employers and landlords to discriminate against women who have had an abortion or used contraception.
Women have ever fewer options for care as lawmakers push ever more restrictions aimed at forcing providers to close.