A Kansas Supreme Court nominee is facing opposition from the state's most influential anti-abortion group due to her husband's political leanings.
The research was carried out after a spike in anti-abortion legislation, and a drop in patients accessing the procedure, the authors explained.
The California Family Council and California Catholic Conference encouraged Governor Gavin Newsom to veto the bill, as his predecessor, former Governor Jerry Brown, did.
In the first legislature of its kind in the U.S., California will provide medication abortion services on its state college campuses.
Abortion clinics are already extremely face—requiring them to have hospital admitting privileges will only make it worse for women.
State Senator Terry Johnson has introduced legislation that would charge doctors with criminal manslaughter if they fail to take lifesaving measures should a baby be born after a failed abortion.
The American Civil Liberties Union has just succeeded in blocking an abortion ban in Georgia.
The New Mexico Republican Party was forced to rebuke a Christian conservative congressional candidate for making "untrue statements" in advertisements targeting his opponent's stance on abortion.
The 11-year-old proprietors of a lemonade stand got a surprise visitor last month: presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren. They donated the pro-choice advocate's money to a pro-life charity.
Robert Jeffress, an ardent Trump supporter known for his anti-LGBTQ commentary, also denied the existence of climate change on a segment in which he appeared with the president of an organization identified by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group.
Vice President Mike Pence reacted in outrage after fetal tissue was discovered on the estate of a deceased former doctor.
"Things like transportation and childcare should never be barriers for Texans seeking to access abortion care," said Amanda B. Williams, executive director of the Lilith Fund.
If Governor Gavin Newsom signs the bill, California will be the first state with a law of this kind on its books.
Trump's tactics can only translate into more unintended pregnancies, which means more abortions, not fewer.
Defending his anti-abortion legislation last week, the Iowa Republican suggested much of civilization would not exist if it weren't for rape or incest.
"What if we went back through all the family trees and just pulled out anyone who was a product of rape or incest? Would there be any population of the world left if we did that?" the Iowa Republican asked.
"It continues to keep chipping away at opportunities for women to be self determining," said Cherisse Scott, founder of the reproductive justice group SisterReach.
I remember thinking, "I'm pro-choice. Aren't I? But how can I let them kill our baby?"
The bill made its way through the state legislature at a time when other states passed "heartbeat bills" restricting abortion access.
These initiatives do not include cases where the woman's life is at risk.
The injunction is seen as a victory to opponents of the laws, who argued that they were not medically necessary and violated Supreme Court precedent.
Claims by President Donald Trump, Live Action's Lila Rose and others of rampant anti-conservative censorship may drive fundraising campaigns, but the hard evidence tells a different story.
"The hypocrisy is stunning," Kelly Robinson, the executive director of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, said in a statement.
"You've got to remember, what is abortion? The sacrificing of kids," said "firefighter prophet" Mark Taylor. "Abortion is the food source for Baal."
Anyone who wants to be president must take a stand against the Hyde Amendment, as well as the bans to safe, legal abortion and the Title X gag rule.
"Sometimes we lose because the people who come to you and give you lip service and say, 'Oh I'm pro-life, I'm pro-life,' and then they don't seem to vote that way," Paul told the Faith & Freedom Coalition.
The law, set to take effect on July 1, was put on hold Friday after Senior Judge Sarah Evans Barker issued an injunction.
"We cannot continue blinking the reality of what this court has wrought," Thomas wrote in his short but scathing opinion.