Catholic hospital staff are forced to concoct diagnoses of heavy periods and severe cramps to justify prescriptions.
The bill also creates a new criminal charge called “aggravated abortion murder,” which would be punishable by death.
In the 1970s, over 40 percent of Native women were sterilized either without their knowledge or by coercion.
Even though abortion restrictions were overturned by the court in 2016, most of the affected clinics remain closed.
The U.S. is one of only three countries where deaths related to pregnancy and birth are on the rise.
Giroir’s role at the FDA could have a detrimental effect on reproductive health policy.
Crisis pregnancy centers pose a unique threat in states like Ohio, where they outnumber abortion providers.
There is nothing extreme about wanting people to have the ability to make their own reproductive health-care decisions.
This will test the strength of Chief Justice John Roberts’s stated dedication to upholding Supreme Court precedent.