Recent Headlines

Ohio Gov. signs 20-week abortion ban; Judge says Dayton clinic can stay open pending appeal in license dispute
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine on Monday appealed a ruling from the Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals that allows the sole abortion clinic in Toledo to remain in operation, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

Texas faces lawsuit over fetal tissue burial rules
Reproductive-rights advocates on Monday filed a lawsuit asking a federal court to block Texas regulations that will require cremation or burial of embryonic or fetal tissue, the Washington Post reports.

NYT: New administration could endanger reproductive health care 'for millions of women'
Reproductive-rights advocates on Wednesday filed lawsuits challenging abortion restrictions in Missouri, North Carolina and Alaska as unconstitutional, the Washington Post reports.

Ark. abortion-rights opponents to propose new restrictions
The Arkansas Board of Health on Thursday voted 13-7 to give preliminary approval to regulations that would define abortion using antiabortion-rights terminology, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports.

Women could lose health insurance protections under new administration
Reproductive-rights advocates on Wednesday filed lawsuits challenging abortion restrictions in Missouri, North Carolina and Alaska as unconstitutional, the Washington Post reports.

Reproductive-rights advocates challenge abortion restrictions in three states
Reproductive-rights advocates on Wednesday filed lawsuits challenging abortion restrictions in Missouri, North Carolina and Alaska as unconstitutional, the Washington Post reports.