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Planned Parenthood asks judge to rule in Texas Medicaid fraud suit
Some conservative attorneys general are taking action against abortion providers in a climate that experts describe as “more hostile” since the Supreme Court left the legality of abortion up to the states.
A ‘born alive’ measure is one of the House GOP’s priorities. Here’s what it would actually do.
The measure is one of a number of pieces of anti-abortion legislation that the House GOP has promised swift votes on.
Two major pharmacies say they plan to offer medication abortions. Here’s what that could mean.
The federal government will let retail pharmacies provide mifepristone, which helps end pregnancies, to patients with a prescription. But it’s not clear how widespread the impact will be.
'Love Is Blind,' 'Grey's Anatomy' and more: How abortion's portrayal on TV is changing
A researcher found more plotlines around and more mentions of abortion on TV this year — though wealthy White characters are still overrepresented.
Here’s how states plan to limit abortion — even where it is already banned
As statehouses prepare for next year’s legislative sessions — most for the first time since Roe v. Wade was overturned — Republican lawmakers are pushing for further restrictions on reproductive health.
Millions of families face fertility challenges. A bipartisan House caucus aims to expand access to treatments.
The Democrat and Republican founders will try to find common ground on reproductive health policy amid concerns that GOP abortion policies will spill over into fertility treatment.
In her first election as a U.S. citizen, this Michigan lawyer got to vote on a measure she co-wrote
Bonsitu Kitaba, deputy legal director for the ACLU of Michigan, co-wrote — and cast her first vote as a United States citizen — for the state’s new reproductive freedom amendment.
She made headlines for providing abortion care to a 10-year-old. Now she’s fighting to protect patient privacy.
A judge will decide if the Indiana attorney general who is investigating Dr. Caitlin Bernard can seek her patient records.
Support for abortion measures was greater than support for Democratic candidates in some states
Pro-abortion rights ballot measures outperformed Democrats on the ballot in three states, while Republican politicians ran ahead of failed anti-abortion ballot measures in two states.
'This is our new normal': Fertility treatment advocates are gearing up to fight abortion bans and personhood laws
RESOLVE, a major advocacy group, is launching a new campaign to bring fertility patients’ and doctors’ stories directly to lawmakers — and the public — in 2023.