Medication Abortion Comes Under Attack in Sham Lawsuit
Anti-abortion rights groups have gone to federal court seeking to ban a drug used safely in medication abortions for over 20 years
One Billion Rising Urges the Passing of the Violence Against Women Act
A Texas-Sized Standoff that is Just Beginning…
What happened in Texas over the last couple of weeks was a sight to behold. From the moment Wendy Davis took to the floor to filibuster SB 5 on June 26—an extreme and dangerous bill that could severely restrict access to safe and legal abortion in the state, we knew something special was happening.
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Gynotician of the Week: House Speaker Thom Tillis
Stand with Texas Women Bus Tour Stops in Dallas and Fort Worth
Rally Outside the Texas State Capitol
Gynotician of the Week: Ohio Governor John Kasich
CDC Study Shows Importance of Birth Control for Women
Over 5,000 Texans Flood the Capitol for Start of Second Special Session
The Texas legislature kicked off their work for the second special session with a vengeance Monday -- and so did supporters of women's health. Well over 5,000 people flooded the Capitol at high noon on a hot day in July to speak out against Governor Perry's dangerous anti-abortion legislation, sending the message -- yet again -- that a vast majority of Texans oppose these measures and will fight them every step of the way.
Great News: The Violence Against Women Act is the Law of the Land
After two years of back-and-forth, the comprehensive Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) has finally become a reality.