An 'Abortion Reversal' Study Left Women Hemorrhaging. State Lawmakers Still Support Doctors Telling Patients About the Treatments.
Six states require providers tell patients they might be able to “reverse” their abortions. It's not clear if that's true — but the study suggests “abortion reversal” is dangerous.
“There is no legitimate need for this ordinance beyond racially motivated animus,” the ACLU of Louisiana’s legal director said.
Four states have "trigger laws" that will instantaneously put a ban in motion, 10 have pre-Roe anti-abortion legislation on the books, and seven others have expressed intent to limit abortion rights.
The Ohio governor opted for the less restrictive of the two abortion measures on his desk Tuesday, rejecting the bill that would have outlawed abortion after roughly six weeks into a woman's pregnancy.
The state's experiment in "self-deportation" reveals what might happen if the US sent 11 million undocumented workers home.
Lawmakers decided to step in after a guy got caught ejaculating into his co-worker's coffee cup last year.
Desperate families with children suffering from rare medical conditions have moved to Colorado seeking low-THC strains of marijuana.
Because letting coeds loose on college campuses with hidden firearms is the obvious way to stop assault.
A new bill introduced Senators Rand Paul, Cory Booker, and Kirsten Gillibrand would finally bring medical marijuana legalization to the federal level.
Lawmakers are poised to pass a budget amendment that would block the DEA from cracking down on legal medical marijuana dispensaries and their patients.
Attorneys general from 21 states are asking a federal court to overturn Maryland's ban on assault weapons. If a judge agrees, the case could be headed for the Supreme Court.