Pro-lifers have suffered another loss at the Supreme Court, but now is the time to fight back harder than ever.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Tuesday signed a bill that sees the state join about half of all U.S. states in requiring that minors obtain parental consent before undergoing abortions.
Far from "automatically" overturning Roe, the court that President Donald Trump significantly influenced just bucked the anti-abortion movement with its shocking decision in June Medical.
The Court ruled that Louisiana's law requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a local hospital was unconstitutional.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh said the factual record didn't "adequately demonstrate" the law would cause the abortion clinics to close.
It's the first major abortion ruling for the high court under its new majority of members who have track records opposing abortion rights and a potentially defining moment in President Donald Trump's presidency.
Americans are awaiting the court's decision in the case of June Medical, which concerns an anti-abortion law identical to one it struck down in my state of Texas four years ago.
Organizations have written to the Trump and Trudeau administrations.
We should reject a bright-line rule that would deprive officials of the discretion they need to balance public health and civil liberties.
To allow state governors to prioritize some constitutional rights over others is to confer far too much discretionary authority.
More than 15 abortion-related laws were passed in Ohio between 2010 to 2018.
USAID requests that the U.N. remove abortion from its coronavirus response plan.
This isn't just a terrible, temporary situation in a few states. The bans—and the way they're defended in court—could determine the future of U.S. abortion rights.
U.N. is funding abortion via coronavirus money
Pro-life critics of coronavirus lockdowns are being falsely accused of hypocrisy.
Abortion rights advocates have repeatedly said medical abortion should not be considered a "procedure."
The court's ruling is only temporary, and briefings on whether to extend it are expected to be filed over the coming days.
A federal district judge in Oklahoma has just blocked the state's efforts to ban abortion during the COVID-19 outbreak.
During the coronavirus pandemic, governors and state health officials across the U.S., have been deciding whether abortions are considered elective procedures.
"A lot of people have started to just cry in the waiting room," Dr. Bhavik Kumar told Newsweek.
"Abortion is essential health care," said Alexis McGill Johnson, the acting president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Texas Republican congressional candidate Kathaleen Wall thanked Governor Greg Abbott for signing an executive order last week that deemed abortions "medically unnecessary."
Planned Parenthood has warned that during a public health crisis, such as COVID-19, funding could be invaluable.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's public stance on abortion rights has undergone a significant transformation.
"Justices know that criticisms come with the territory," Roberts wrote, "but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate, they are dangerous."
"The Supreme Court is considering this case that could upend abortion access," said Jenny Lawson of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund.