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Justice Ginsburg Explains 'Buffer Zone' Ruling, Criticizes Hobby Lobby Decision

Advocates Call for Better Emergency Contraception Access, One Year After Milestone Victory

Hysterectomy Device Recalled Amid Cancer Warnings

Ohio Orders Closure of Only Abortion Clinic in Toledo

Blogs Discuss 'Real Way To Improve Contraceptive Access,' Profile Abortion Provider, More

Mass. Enacts New Abortion Clinic Protections; Other States Mull 'Buffer Zones' Changes

Bipartisan Senate Bill Would Pressure Colleges To Address Sexual Assaults

Senate Hearing Spotlights Lack of Paid Family Leave for Many in U.S.

Review of Va. Abortion Clinic Rules Prompts Thousands of Public Comments

Op-Ed: Need To Protect Abortion Rights Continues, Regardless of 'Pro-Choice' Label

Use of Birth Control Pills for Non-Contraceptive Reasons is Common, Columnist Writes

Video Round Up: Mass. Moves To Protect Clinics, Maddow Reports on Clinic Closure, More

Court Blocks Miss. Law Threatening State's Sole Abortion Clinic

Senate Bill Would Ensure Contraceptive Coverage, Counseling for Military Women

Mass. Gov To Sign Bill Strengthening Security Around Abortion Clinics

Pa. Bill Aims To Protect Provider-Patient Relationship

One of Four Remaining Abortion Clinics in Kan. Closes

Small Changes Aid Birth Control Pill Effectiveness in Obese Women, Study Finds

Abortion-Rights Groups Rethink 'Pro-Choice' Label To Broaden Message

'Political Intrusion on Exam Rooms' Must Stop, Op-Ed States

Roe v. Wade 'Effectively Undone' in Much of Texas, Washington Post Editorial Argues

Tenn. Campaigns Prepare for November Battle Over Abortion Rights

Hobby Lobby Ruling 'Upended' Religious Freedom, Curtails Health Care, Op-Ed States

Boston Globe Editorial Urges Activists To Delay Judgment on 'Buffer Zone' Replacement Law

Blogs Comment on 'Bad Science' in Women's Health Policy, Midterm Election, More

Gov. Christie Has Moved Steadily To Restrict Access To Abortion, Bloomberg Reports

Louisiana Antiabortion-Rights Advocates File Suit Against State To Publicize Abortion Records

Fla. Judge Issues Temporary Injunction Against Planned Parenthood Clinic

Okla. Abortion Restrictions Face Likely Legal Challenge, But Supporters, Opponents Dispute Outcomes

Lack of Awareness, Uneven Implementation Hamper Laws Aiming To Prevent Shackling of Imprisoned Pregnant Women, Column Argues

Conservatives Crafting Antiabortion-Rights Message Ahead of Midterm Elections

CDC: More Teenagers Receiving HPV Vaccine, But Vaccination Rate Still Too Low

Report Shows Rates of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting Decline, But 63M Women Still at Risk of Practice Over Next 40 Years

N.Y. Will Allow Medicaid Reimbursements for Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives for New Mothers

NYT's 'Op-Talk' Blog Highlights Debate Over 'Personhood' Laws

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Examines Efforts To Encourage More Vaginal Births Instead of C-Sections

Blogs Comment on Annual Pelvic Exams, Equal Rights Act, More

Mass. House Approves Bill Protecting Abortion Clinics

Study Evaluating Effects of Texas' HB 2 Shows 13% Drop in Abortions

10.3M Obtained Health Coverage Since Fall 2013 Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment Period, Study Says

Opponents of Colorado 'Personhood' Amendment Launch Campaign Against Proposed Measure

Ohio Democrats To Propose Bill Mandating Employers Cover Contraceptives

JAMA Study Supports FDA Estimate of How Many Women Undergoing Hysterectomy, Fibroid Removal Have Undetected Cancer

Datapoints: 'Bad Medicine' in the States, Myths About Abortion Providers & More

White House to Modify Contraceptive Coverage Accommodation for Religiously Affiliated Not-For-Profit Groups

Appeals Courts Issue Different Rulings on Legality of Tax Subsidies in ACA's Federal Marketplaces

Wis. Will No Longer Enforce State Contraceptive Coverage Requirements for Companies With Religious Objections

NYT: Hobby Lobby Ruling May Exacerbate Economic Inequality by Treating Corporations as People

In House, Maternity, Paternity Leave Policies Vary Significantly by Office

Johns Hopkins To Pay $190M To Settle Charges That Women Were Secretly Filmed by Doctor During Pelvic Exams