The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom dismissed a legal challenge against Northern Ireland’s current abortion laws, but in doing so, a number of the deciding justices made clear they supported the commission’s general opposition.
On Tuesday, the British House of Commons debated whether or not to liberalize Northern Ireland’s restrictive abortion laws.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards—one of the South’s lone Democrats left in statewide office—is facing a backlash from state and national pro-choice groups for supporting legislation restricting the practice of abortion.
An Arkansas law that requires abortionists to have hospital admissions privileges will move forward after the Supreme Court declined to take up the case.
The Department of Health and Human Services officially issued a new rule that will deny $50 million in taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood.
“Choose life, your mommy did.”
It’s an old bumper sticker, but I catch sight of it as I’m rushing into the May 22 11th annual Campaign for Life Gala hosted by the Susan B. Anthony List and featuring President Donald Trump as its keynote speaker. I’m late, inappropriately seersuckered, and cloaked in the smell of old tobacco. It has also been raining all day.
The Trump administration is set to resurrect a former President Ronald Reagan rule on Friday that would deny federal funding to clinics that discuss abortion with patients or sharing space with abortion providers.
A New York doctor whose patient died after aborting her late-term baby agreed to a plea deal to avoid a lengthier jail sentence.
Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties Union filed separate lawsuits against the Trump administration Wednesday over changes to Title X rules for family planning grants.