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This is the moment that anti-abortion politicians have been waiting for. So what does this mean for Iowa?
Now that Iowa’s 2021 legislative session has adjourned, we’re looking back on the righteous fights of the last five months and what lies ahead.
Iowa legislature passes constitutional amendment limiting abortion rights the Amendment must be passed again in the next biennium, before it goes on Iowans' ballots for a statewide vote.
Lawmakers in the Iowa Senate today passed a bill to amend the state constitution to strip Iowans of their right to safe and legal abortion, despite the majority of Iowans opposing the amendment.
A majority of Iowans oppose a constitutional amendment stripping them of their right to safe and legal abortion, according to a new Des Moines Register/Medicom Iowa poll.
New polling from Des Moines Register shows almost 60 percent of Iowans oppose the constitutional amendment stripping away abortion rights.
HF 515 is a way to dissuade pregnant individuals from obtaining an abortion by providing misinformation that is meant to scare, shame and deceive them. If it passes, the bill will restrict Iowans’ access to legitimate health care.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers have a long-documented history of intentionally misleading pregnant people, and wasting taxpayer dollars on erroneous services.