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.
If the Court rules later this year to uphold Texas’ draconian anti-abortion law, it would devastate access to abortion in Texas and pave the way for even more states to enact similar laws -- leaving abortion legal in name only for many women.
This year, the U.S. Supreme Court is ruling on a case that could redefine abortion access in America. It’s about whether to uphold severe, medically unnecessary restrictions that have already devastated access to safe, legal abortion in Texas.
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On the 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we are reminded of what life was like for women before safe and legal abortion — and what could again become a reality for many women across the country.
If the Supreme Court does not strike down Texas' abortion restrictions, it would have a devastating impact on women in Texas — and across the country.
Access to safe, legal abortion is now before the Supreme Court: On Nov. 13 the Court agreed to rule on HB2 — the Texas abortion law that could shut down all but 10 abortion providers in the state.
Once again, bosses are trying to block women’s access to birth control coverage. Next stop: the Supreme Court.