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After the Supreme Court ruling on Roe, physicians in states with near-total abortion bans are having to navigate medically and ethically murky waters. In Texas, for example, a law set to go into effect makes all abortions illegal, including in…
By Kenichi Serino
Nations in Latin America have historically had some of the most stringent abortion laws in the world but in some those restrictions have eased in the past few years. The U.S. Supreme Court's overturning of Roe could hinder those efforts,…
By Emily Wagster Pettus, Anthony Izaguirre, Kevin McGill, Associated Press
As attorneys argued about abortion laws across the South on Tuesday, a Mississippi judge rejected a request by the state’s only abortion clinic to temporarily block a law that would ban most abortions.
By PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court is off this Fourth of July after working overtime the last couple of weeks reshaping the country's legal landscape surrounding abortion, guns and religion. NewsHour's John Yang and The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle unpack the historic…
By Ali Rogin, Andrew Corkery
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has raised concerns about technology and the kinds of data that should be protected. Google said this week it will automatically delete abortion clinic visits from users' location history. But it's…
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
Whether those elected officials are truly representative of the people is a matter of debate, thanks to another high court decision that has enabled control of state legislatures to be skewed to the right or left.
By Acacia Coronado, Associated Press/Report for America, Ed White, Associated Press
The Friday night ruling stopped a three-day-old order by a Houston judge who said clinics could resume abortions up to six weeks into pregnancy. The following day, the American Civil Liberties Union said it doubted that any abortions were now…
By Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
Party officials say donors are giving much of that money to national campaigns and causes instead of races for state office, where abortion policy will now be shaped as a result of the court's decision.
By Paul Weber, Anthony Izaguirre, Stephen Groves, Associated Press
It was not immediately clear whether the clinics in Texas that resumed performing abortions just days ago would halt services again following the ruling late Friday night. A hearing is scheduled for later this month.
When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the legal battle over abortion rights shifted to the state level. Abortion providers in some states have been left confused over conflicting laws and shifting guidance from leaders. Cary Franklin, faculty director…
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