How to help protect abortion access in states where it's most threatened
Friday, 17 May 2019 () Several states, including Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri have recently passed laws that effectively ban abortion. They prohibit the procedure just weeks into pregnancy and, in some cases, make providing abortion care punishable by a years-long prison sentence.
While these bills have yet to go into effect, and will likely be...
This week, Alabama passed into law a near-total ban on abortion, which sent shockwaves of disbelief around the world. The law doesn’t make any exceptions for rape or incest, which means women in Alabama will only be able to access abortion if their lives are at risk. Doctors in Alabama who perform...
In the first five months of 2019 the debate over a woman's right to have an abortion has heated up, sparking protests and public outrage on both sides of the debate as a handful of states have voted to..
According to Reuters, hundreds of abortion-rights campaigners rallied in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to protest new restrictions on abortion passed by Republican-dominated legislatures..
Protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court of the United States to protest against restrictive abortion bans, such as those outlined in new laws in Georgia and Alabama on Tuesday, May 21. Multiple..
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is deeply disappointed in a "backsliding on women's rights" happening in American states moving to ban abortion access. CTV News Also reported by •Gothamist •CBS News
Hundreds of people gathered outside Seattle City Hall on Tuesday to show support for abortion rights after a string of bills were approved in other states... Seattle Times Also reported by •NYTimes.com