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By Andrew Selsky, Associated Press
The court dismissed lawsuits brought by Planned Parenthood against the governor and leaders of the Legislature that had sought to block the implementation and enforcement of the state's new abortion bans.
By Jacques Billeaud, Associated Press
An Arizona court ruled abortion doctors can't be prosecuted under a pre-statehood law that criminalizes nearly all abortions yet was barred from being enforced for decades. But the Arizona Court of Appeals on Friday declined to repeal the 1864 law…
By Sam Lane
We look back now on 2022 through the lenses of photojournalists. It was a year marked by the war in Ukraine, devastating natural disasters, American gun violence and deep political divisions. Four photographers spoke with us about the events they…
By Amanda Seitz, Colleen Long, Associated Press
The Biden administration is searching for ways to safeguard abortion access for millions of women, but those efforts are bumping up against strict new state laws enacted in the months after the Supreme Court stripped the constitutional right.
By Sara Burnett, Associated Press
Emboldened by the results of November's midterms, abortion rights supporters say they are preparing for even bigger fights in state legislatures and pivotal elections to come.
By Tom Davies, Associated Press
Bernard’s lawyers argue Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita, who is stridently anti-abortion, has been spreading false or misleading information about the doctor with his investigation allegations for several months.
An Indianapolis doctor who provided abortion drugs to a 10-year-old rape victim from Ohio has defended her actions before a judge in the case that drew national attention in the weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade…
By Associated Press
The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman is among those urging action in response to a report that a former anti-abortion leader knew in advance the outcome of a 2014 Supreme Court case involving health care coverage of contraception.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Legislation to protect same-sex and interracial marriages has crossed a major Senate hurdle, putting Congress on track to take the historic step of ensuring that such unions are enshrined in federal law.
By Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press
The ruling says the ban violated the U.S. Constitution and U.S. Supreme Court precedent at the time it became law. The ban had been in effect since July.
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