A proposed bill would make it illegal to operate an abortion clinic within 2,000 feet of a school—yet another law that advocates say is chipping away at women's reproductive health care access.
Louisiana is poised to become the fifth state that requires women to wait 72 hours before getting an abortion. But women say this doesn't stop them from getting the procedure—it just denies them control over their bodies and creates an unnecessary...
Florida just passed a bill to effectively defund Planned Parenthood. Anti-abortion legislators say that women seeking reproductive care can just go to an elementary school or a foot doctor instead, but the Riverview Foot and Ankle Specialists were very...
In her new documentary "TRAPPED," in theaters tomorrow, Dawn Porter follows several abortion providers in the South struggling to stay open despite an onslaught of strict and bizarre anti-abortion laws.
Texas's draconian abortion restrictions have forced over half the clinics in the state to close. According to abortion providers, the consequences for women have been dire.
In 2015, conservative politicians enacted 57 abortion restrictions in the United States, continuing a five-year pattern of attacking women's autonomy over their bodies.
Texas's harsh abortion restrictions could close all but eight clinics in the state. Women's groups are fighting back.
It's unlikely that the recent spate of harsh abortion restrictions had a significant effect on the national abortion rate, but that doesn't mean those laws don't suck.
Conservative lawmakers across the US are enacting complex rules and regulations that make it nearly impossible to get an abortion, a tactic that now faces several legal challenges.