The procedure has been publicized by Catholic media and medical groups in response to the rising numbers of women using "chemical" abortions.
What is really being debated now is not whether a preborn child is a human, but whether some humans, specifically babies, can be killed.
"We're really in a state of emergency as to whether women are going to be treated as both human beings or incubators," one activist told Newsweek.
Justice Sotomayor called the Texas six-week abortion ban case "a disaster for the rule of law and a grave disservice to women in Texas."
The views of the politicians who claim to speak on our behalf simply don't reflect the deep ambivalence in the Black community toward abortion.
A pending power shift away from the judicial branch to the executive and legislative branches will result in key changes for abortion policy and activism.
Despite the low percentage, some abortion-rights advocates are hoping this means more support will be made towards their cause.
If approved, the contracts would have extended funding for the Equality Health Center, Lovering Health Center and Planned Parenthood of Northern New England.
Republican lawmakers filed bills that would outlaw abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy on the first day of the state's legislative session.
The proposed legislation will have exceptions based on the health of either the mother or the fetus.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said that he would sign the abortion rights bill into law "this week," saying the need was "more urgent than ever."
ACLU lawyers for clinics argued that the law forces a funeral ritual for every patient, regardless of spiritual or religious belief.
Reproductive Freedom for All created the petition to affirm the right for women to make pregnancy-related decisions without interference.
"Nebraska is a pro-life state," said Republican Senator Julie Slama, who introduced the "heartbeat bill" with 20 cosponsors.
Roe and Casey concern an issue over which Americans were deeply divided 49 years ago and over which they remain no less divided today.
With the Supreme Court set to hear a landmark case that affects abortion laws, a new poll found Americans want governments to decide the legality of abortion.
Both abortion and adoption advocates agree that Barrett's claims that expecting mothers should place their unwanted child for adoption are not realistic.
States are making plans to uphold abortion rights, ban them or limit them should the Supreme Court decide next year to leave the issue to the states again.
A legislative committee decided to push back to next month its decision on whether to require three doctor's visits to obtain abortion pills.
Dr. Miranda Ruiz of northern Argentina is facing accusations that she performed an abortion after the country's 14-week cutoff without the patient's consent.
The Equality Health Center, Lovering Health Center, and Planned Parenthood Northern of New England were denied funding a second time under a state requirement.
In comments to Germany's Funke newspaper group published Wednesday, Justice Minister Marco Buschmann said there is a "huge reform backlog" on social policy.
This week's FDA decision legalizes mail-order abortion. This will not "empower" women, as some suggest.
The FDA on Thursday said that a rule allowing people to order mifepristone through telemedicine services should be kept in place.
The Supreme Court sent a case regarding Texas' abortion law to a federal appeals court that has previously allowed the law to remain in place twice.
An ectopic pregnancy often occurs in the fallopian tube, with rare cases occurring on an ovary or in the abdominal cavity, according to the Cleveland Clinic.