Supreme Court Protects Access Abortion — For Now
In June Medical Services v. Russo, the U.S. Supreme Court sent a resounding message to politicians all across the country: It is unconstitutional to impose medically unnecessary laws that place an undue burden on a person’s right to safe, legal abortion.
Everything You Need to Know About Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch if You Care About Reproductive Rights
He has an alarming history of interfering with reproductive rights and women’s health. He puts access to abortion, birth control, and care at Planned Parenthood at stake.
Gynotician Alert: Indiana & Utah Prescribe Junk Science for Doctors, Arkansas Moves to Set a TRAP, and Kentucky Moves to Block Patient Access
It's a different sort of March madness — the sort featuring politicians who butt into personal decisions about sexual and reproductive health.
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Within 24 hours, over 1,000 Planned Parenthood "Defenders" showed up at district offices throughout the country to say #IStandWithPP.
Gynotician Alert: Oklahoma Legislator Tells Women ‘You’re a Host,’ Pennsylvania Considers 20-Week Ban, Virginia Gov. Vetoes ‘Defunding’ Bill
"after you’re irresponsible then don’t claim, well, I can just go and do this with another body, when you’re the host and you invited that in."
As Members of Congress return home to their districts this week during recess, Planned Parenthood supporters are organizing in record-breaking numbers to target members at town halls, in district offices, and by holding standalone rallies — all to protect health care access for the 2.5 million patients who rely on Planned Parenthood every year.
Some public officials have made vocal defenses of their constituents’ reproductive rights, while others have outdone themselves to legislate private medical decisions.
Hint: It’s not the old, rich, white men, trying to shut Planned Parenthood down.
Another week, another round of dismal activity by anti-abortion state lawmakers. Let’s recap what opponents of sexual and reproductive health services have done in the last few days.
The network of health-care providers falls apart and women lose access to essential preventive services