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By Anne D'Innocenzio, Alexandra Olson, Associated Press
It has always been difficult to be pregnant on the job and to raise a child, but especially so for low-wage workers. They are more likely to work in physically demanding roles with fewer labor protections and less flexibility than…
By Associated Press
A trial to determine whether Georgia can continue to ban abortion as early as six weeks into a pregnancy is set to begin in an Atlanta courtroom.
By Mike Catalini, Associated Press
The Supreme Court’s June ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade and left the question of abortion rights up to the states has produced ballot questions in a handful of states this fall.
By Tara Copp, Associated Press
The order issued by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin outlines the rights and protections service members and their dependents will have regardless of where they are based.
By James Pollard, Associated Press
Students in obstetrics-gynecology and family medicine are facing tough choices about where to advance their training in a landscape where legal access to abortion varies from state to state.
In our news wrap Tuesday, tens of thousands walked off their jobs in France striking for pay hikes to keep up with inflation, ongoing protests led by women and girls in Iran spread to a rock climber who did not…
By Seung Min Kim, Associated Press
President Joe Biden is promising that the first bill he sends to Capitol Hill next year will be one that codifies Roe v. Wade — if Democrats control enough seats in Congress for Biden to sign abortion protections into law.
By Kenichi Serino
With 13 states fully banning most abortions, experts say new legal battles are likely to arise over abortions that occur without the direct involvement of a doctor, known as self-managed abortion care.
By Tom Davies, Associated Press
The Indiana Supreme Court has issued an order that prevents the state from enforcing a Republican-backed abortion ban while it considers whether the ban violates the state constitution.
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
The ruling means that abortions can again take place in Arizona, at least for now, unless the state Supreme Court steps in.
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