Federal judges ruled that the drug, used in medication abortions, should be restricted. But the decision won’t immediately change access.
These exceptions require people to jump through significant logistical, legal and bureaucratic hoops that render them nearly impossible to utilize, experts said
Thirty senators urged the Biden administration to use health privacy laws to bar law enforcement and others from accessing abortion records.
In the first abortion-related election since Roe v. Wade was overturned, Kansas voters have rejected a proposed constitutional amendment that would have specified that the right to terminate a pregnancy isn’t protected.
Refusing patients prescription medicine because of their potential pregnancy status could violate federal anti-discrimination law, per new federal guidance.
President Joe Biden will sign an executive order Friday designed to expand access to medication abortion and education about legally available abortion options. He is to speak at 11:30.
The six justices who struck down abortion rights are divided on the right to birth control, gay marriage and interracial marriage.
Thirteen states have trigger laws that would immediately, or almost immediately, ban abortion now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade.
Whether Roe v. Wade is weakened or overturned this summer, state officials will likely have enormous latitude in their next steps.
As more young children test positive for COVID-19, more parents are caring for their COVID-positive children while battling infection themselves.
The justices appeared starkly divided on whether to uphold the protections guaranteed by Roe v. Wade,