Special Session Update: Physicians Testify Against Measures Restricting Missourians’ Reproductive Health
Drs. McNicholas and Parks, women’s health professionals, testified against new medically unnecessary restrictions
Dr. McNicholas testified against SB 1's medically unnecessary restrictions
Dr. Caitlyn Parks testifed against SB 1's medically unnecessary requirements
Planned Parenthood Advocates in Missouri Criticizes Gov. Greitens for Playing Politics with Missourians’ Health
Unnecessary and costly special session caters to anti-reproductive health extremists
Planned Parenthood Advocates in Missouri Condemns Reckless Attack on Low-Income Missourians’ Access to Health Care
Budget bills could cut thousands of Missouri women, men, and young people off from basic preventive health care.
Planned Parenthood Affiliates in Missouri Win Protections Against Medically Unnecessary Abortion Restrictions
Comprehensive Health of Planned Parenthood Great Plains (PPGP) and Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region (PPSLR) celebrate today’s federal court opinion, which blocks medically unnecessary restrictions against abortion providers in Missouri.
Statement from Presidents and CEOs of Comprehensive Health of PPGP, Laura A. McQuade, and Reproductive Health Services of PPSLR, Mary M. Kogut
“Comprehensive Health of Planned Parenthood Great Plains (PPGP) and Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri (PPSLR) are strongly encouraged by Judge Howard Sachs’ memo indicating his intention to grant a preliminary injunction against the unconstitutional and medically unnecessary abortion restrictions in Missouri. Judge Sachs was clear in his memo that these laws are unconstitutional and only seek to block access to safe, legal abortion. We look forward to working with the court and the state to expand access to safe, legal abortion in the state as soon as possible.”
Opposition to Roe v. Wade is a disqualifier
Suit Based on June U.S. Supreme Court Ruling