The medication’s future is once again up in the air in federal court, this time in Louisiana.
One of the most common and safe abortion drugscould be banned nationwide this week—regardless of a state’s abortion restrictions.
It’s a move that will further expand access to abortion for some—but not for those in states with near-total abortion bans.
Here’s what you need to know about abortion pills, how they’re used, and their legal status in a post-Roe United States.
We talked to three people who ordered abortion pills online from a doctor who charges $90—or less if you can't afford it.
It can be prohibitively hard for college students to access abortion care. A bill being heard in Senate committee today would change that for students at California public universities.
Numerous online drug-sellers say they sell the abortion pill—but what are women actually getting when they order it? I decided to find out.
In 2011, Ohio Republicans passed a law requiring abortion providers to follow outdated requirements for the abortion pill. As a result, women needed additional treatment, incurred higher costs, and were nearly twice as likely to experience side effects.