These horrible stories aren’t just anomalies in red states, but rather the end game of what the GOP wants for the rest of the US.
Trump administration’s ban on terminations is a crisis directed at women, warns Kate Gilmore, deputy high commissioner for human rights.
Laubenberg: In the emergency room they have what’s called rape kits where a woman can get cleaned out.
It’s time for the left to talk about how anti-choicers want to kill women, and leave babies in impoverished homes.
Since 2010, thousands of bills attacking women’s reproductive rights have been introduced and well over 400 of them have been enacted into law.
The onset of a defined human life appears to be when foetal brain activity begins to exhibit regular and sustained activity.
Texas state House Bill 896, introduced earlier this year, has the potential not just to criminalize abortion, but to classify it as a homicide.
The Kentucky Legislature has passed two bills, and unless a court blocks them, abortion will effectively be banned in the state.
The Trump Administration is willing to break the law to pursue policies driven by ideology rather than what is best for women.
Christian extremism as a motivator for violence is often overlooked, while clinics providing abortion services are facing growing threats.