"I think we go back to Roe v Wade," Ryan said during a town hall with Republican opponent J.D. Vance.
While most commenters support the woman's decision, a psychotherapist tells Newsweek that she encourages "open communication between intimate partners."
South Carolina Senate Majority Leader Shane Massey said that his chamber likely lacked the votes to support a bill without exceptions for rape or incest.
"Ken Paxton is a coward... And his wife is driving the getaway car," tweeted Rochelle Garza, Democrat rival for Texas attorney governor.
Ohio AG made a dubious claim that the pregnant 10-year-old could get treatment in his state. The matter has fueled national debate after Roe v. Wade ruling.
The bill would prevent the criminalization of traveling across state lines to receive abortions.
The Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision led many people who are pro-abortion rights to fear what restrictions U.S. states may implement.
"If you are pregnant, God made you completely capable to be a mother, and he will provide for you, as you strive in life and become a mother," Greene tweeted.
"All I could think was: Thank God I have, at least, a choice," the progressive lawmaker told demonstrators in New York City on Friday.
"I'm all for public execution," a man said outside the NRA convention in Texas, seconds before decrying abortion as "murder."
Texas Republicans are looking to prevent residents from leaving the state to get an abortion and to prevent funds from providing monetary aid for such travel.
"It is quite another thing to incentivize citizens or persons to file suits against other private citizens to extract money from them..." Davis Peeples wrote.
Scott Lively, a former GOP candidate for the Massachusetts governor's seat, said on the Pass the Salt podcast that he believed that abortion providers should be put to death, but that he wasn't calling for vigilante-style justice.
Many said he's clearly on the "right" side of history.
Legal reform on abortion is of course necessary, but it is not sufficient.
The proposed legislation is expected to be sent to the Senate following a final vote on Tuesday.
The 54-year-old devout Christian says his faith led him to believe he has a duty to help women in need.
Pope reaffirms Church's stance on abortion but says, 'There is no sin that God's mercy cannot reach and wipe away when it finds a repentant heart.'
Fury is 12 years younger than Klitschko and three inches taller.
The bill would have banned all abortions at 20 weeks, with limited exceptions
"I'm not a lawyer—but everything is on the table when you look at these videos."
Planned Parenthood will live on. Some women may not.
If tissue from aborted fetuses might help medical progress, what's the problem?