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The members, including two Democrats, wrote in a brief that the national right to abortion is unworkable ahead of a major abortion rights case.
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The Supreme Court Allowed A Kentucky Law Requiring A Woman To Listen To A Fetus’s Heartbeat In Order To Get An Abortion
The law also requires the doctor to give the patient an ultrasound and describe the images before the patient can get an abortion.
A Judge Struck Down A Trump Policy That Would Have Let Health Workers Refuse Abortion And Sex Reassignment Services
The judge said that the Trump administration's justification for the rule’s existence was “flatly untrue.”
A Lawyer For Giuliani's Ukrainian Associate Tried To Argue He Was Not A Flight Risk. It Did Not Go Well.
Igor Fruman’s lawyer tried to argue that his house arrest under GPS tracking should be lifted and that Fruman often booked one-way tickets.
The law was written by anti-abortion advocates to be challenged in court until it reaches the Supreme Court, in the hopes of overturning Roe v. Wade.
Two Of Giuliani's Ukraine Associates Pleaded Not Guilty. Here’s How They’re Connected To Impeachment.
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were indicted with financial crimes, but they’re also deeply tied to Trump’s impeachment.
David Correia and Andrey Kukushkin were indicted along with Giuliani associates Igor Fruman and Lev Parnas for making illegal campaign contributions.
The Louisiana law the court will review requires abortion clinics to have hospital admitting privileges. Opponents say it could result in nearly all of the state's clinics closing.
The law also declared a fetus a “natural person,” but it “failed to address” what that would mean legally, the judge wrote.
The Knights Of Columbus Are Massively Inflating Their Membership In Alleged Insurance Scheme, New Documents Suggest
New documents allege that Knights of Columbus is inflating its membership numbers by 28% to bolster its multibillion-dollar life insurance company.
The Knights of Columbus is being accused of inflating its numbers to appear more profitable to insurance companies — and some of its members say they’re paying the price.
The block will only last 14 days before the judge makes a final decision about the law.
Planned Parenthood Has Ousted Its President, Leana Wen, Amid A Dispute Over The Organization's Direction
Wen had worked to emphasize the group’s status as a health care provider, leading to concerns among some staff that the organization was moving away from politics.
Ohio is one of several states to pass strict abortion bans in the past few months.
"Thank you for helping save my life by allowing me to choose," one woman wrote to an abortion fund that helps pay for women to have abortions they couldn’t otherwise afford.
A 25-year-old woman tried for five months to get an abortion. By the time she made it to the clinic, it was almost too late.