Abortion providers feared they’d see an increase in harassment and threats if Roe v Wade was overturned. They were right.
Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito dissented, with Alito arguing the administration had failed to demonstrate “irreparable harm.”
“No matter what laws and bans are out there, people are going to find a way to get access to the care that they need.”
Democrats in Michigan are trying to update so-called “zombie” laws around sex and gender, including a 1931 ban on living in sin.
Less than a year after it overturned Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court is once again being asked to referee the nation’s abortion wars.
Rep. Tricia Cotham was once a leading opponent of Republican abortion restrictions in North Carolina. As of Tuesday, she’s a Republican.
The man is suing under a law that abortion rights activists warned would turn everyday Texans into abortion “vigilantes.”
One of the most common and safe abortion drugscould be banned nationwide this week—regardless of a state’s abortion restrictions.
New Mexico has emerged as one of the key battlefronts in the U.S. war over abortion.
Food does not contain aborted fetuses, but that hasn’t stopped one Texas Republican from trying to regulate it.
It’s a move that will further expand access to abortion for some—but not for those in states with near-total abortion bans.
“It wasn’t my fault that the Republicans didn’t live up to expectations in the MidTerms,” said the leader of the Republican Party.