Abortion

Texas Lt. Gov. Blames Video Games for Shootings

"Psychologists and psychiatrists will tell you that students are desensitized to violence, may have lost empathy for their victims by watching hours and hours of video violent games," Dan Patrick said in the days following the Santa Fe shooting.

Kentucky Keeps Trying to Ban Abortion

The new law, signed yesterday, makes it a crime for doctors at Kentucky's last remaining abortion clinic to perform a safe and medically proven abortion procedure known as dilation and evacuation, or "D&E."

Mississippi Expected to Pass Strictest Abortion Bill

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. 

Trump Administration Protects Religious Health Workers

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.

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