The president recently announced a plan to block block abortion providers from receiving federal funds for family planning.
"Trump has never been great at keeping track of women he's hurt," Samantha Bee said.
One abortion provider says she has to park in a different spot each day, such is the fear of constant harassment.
"Their intention is to shame women," Tennessee Planned Parenthood wrote.
"We have the (state) monument to slavery and the holocaust," said lawmaker Jerry Sexton defending the bill, "We don't want these atrocities to ever happen again."
Ivanka Trump only said, "Well, you have to understand, my father is pro-life," Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards recounted.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 600,000 abortions were performed in the U.S. in 2014—with Planned Parenthood responsible for more than a third.
Bob Nonini suggested there should be a penalty if the procedure was criminalized.
The healthcare provider said it was attempting to make a point about stories that challenge stigma.
Mississippi, the state with the highest infant mortality rate and worst overall ranking in the nation for children and infant care, according to a recent report, is expected to adopt the country's strictest abortion laws on Monday.
Moments of courage, strength and rebellion in the fight for feminism.
"Our laws should reflect the best scientific understanding of the world."
The Health and Human Services Department announced the creation of a division to enforce protections for religious health care workers, but activists worry that it could lead workers to opt out of helping LGBT patients and those seeking abortions.
"We're surrounded by states that oppose abortion access."
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2017 was a mixed year for women, from #MeToo to Trump's defunding of women's health projects. Here are the top ten women's news items.