Texas Files Bogus Lawsuit Against Planned Parenthood Health Centers
Here’s what you need to know about Texas politicians’ latest stunt to shut down Planned Parenthood, what it means for the rest of the country, and how you can help.
Rebecca has a long drive ahead — one she wouldn’t have to make if lawmakers in states like Texas had respected the will of the majority of Americans who want to keep abortion legal.
It took Rebecca nearly 14 hours to make her way from San Antonio. When abortion is banned, the people with the fewest resources bear the greatest burdens — and face the highest barriers to accessing care.
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Before Texas lawmakers banned abortion, Rebecca would have had options. Close to home, affordable, and accessible. But now?
Abortion is a human right. It’s time our government upholds, protects and defends that right — and the ability of providers to honor their oaths to truth, empathy and help.
To block this unconstitutional law, Texas abortion providers led by Whole Woman’s Health along with several abortion funds, practical support networks, doctors, health center staff, and clergy members have filed a lawsuit.
As the first line of defense in the states, these officials have the power to fight back against state law violations.
It’s simple: she’s the best choice for Georgia.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds wants to pass a bill that would ban abortion before most people even know they’re pregnant.
This is an attack on Nebraska women and Planned Parenthood patients.