Texas democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, known for her filibuster of the state’s 20-week abortion ban last year, says she had an abortion in 1997.
“It’s about autonomy, it’s about reproductive freedom and a woman’s right to choose,” Paulson says in her video for the #TacoOrBeerChallenge.
The law would have required abortion clinics to meet hospital-level operating standards, but opponents argued it would make it too costly to remain open.
Lila Rose warns Republicans dumping a bucket of ice on their heads supports “a culture of death” — by supporting stem-cell research.
“I think the studies… assert that there is a link between abortion and breast cancer.”
A three-person panel of judges ruled the law unconstitutional.
“For too long a time in Europe, pro-life people did not really say clearly and directly what they believe.” After years on the margins of European politics, social conservatives are learning to fight back.
Nearly a decade after abortion became legal in Ethiopia, women often still have trouble finding safe and affordable access.
As far as viral stunts go, this makes its message loud and clear.
Justices unanimously ruled a Massachusetts law banning protests 35 feet from clinic entrances violates the First Amendment.
You have just one minute to claim a card with a woman’s name on it.
“Unless I have a better explanation, I can’t vote for him,” the Senate majority leader said of Michael Boggs.
MP Geoff Shaw says we shouldn’t kill the eggs in women’s tummies. And the internet mocked him, because you either have to laugh or cry.
Emily Letts won an awareness video competition.
Ever since telling a newspaper she wanted an abortion so she could appear on Big Brother, Josie Cunningham has been at the centre of a tabloid storm.
The latest in a long series of measures advanced by the anti-abortion movement.
“I don’t want to appear to be giving aid and comfort to Vladimir Putin,” said Penny Nance, president of Concerned Women for America.
Critics say the state’s abortion law provisions led to the closing of one-third of clinics.
Updated: Voters on Tuesday rejected the measure 55% to 45%.
A woman off-camera mutters, “Oh, here we go…” when Rep. John Shimkus asked Kathleen Sebelius a hypothetical question about abortion.
U.S. Supreme Court justices asked the Oklahoma high court to interpret the scope of the state’s law banning the use of abortion-inducing drugs. Their answer, that the law “effectively bans all medication abortions,” means a Supreme Court challenge on the ban could now proceed.
Court stops enforcement of provision requiring doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital and elements of a provision banning drug-induced abortions.
Warns that the church must “find a new balance” or fall.
In a Washington speech, the liberal icon tries to play up her bipartisan credentials. She’s strongly considering a run for governor in the deep red state.
Democrats vow to fight the legislation in court.
Another round of Republican men talking abortion leads the party’s women to reach for the antacid.
Many of Ohio’s newly approved abortion restrictions are as severe as the ones found in the hotly disputed Texas legislation. If these restrictions are approved by Republican Gov. John Kasich, Ohio will have some of the most draconian anti-abortion laws in the country. Read ‘em here.