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Clinic Fights Ind. Law Mandating Surgical Standards When Only Medication Abortions Are Offered

Okla. Judge Who Upheld Admitting Privileges Law Known as Vocal Abortion-Rights Opponent

FDA Concludes Two-Day Workshop on Female Sexual Dysfunction

Blogs Discuss 'Letting Pregnant Workers Work,' Mattress Protest Over College Sexual Assault Policies, More

UPS Changes Workplace Policy Amid Supreme Court Pregnancy Discrimination Case

Appeals Court Mulls N.C. Law Requiring Abortion Providers To Describe Ultrasound Images

Legal Group Launches Website With State-by-State Pregnancy Discrimination Laws

Analysis: Travel, Gas Costs Quickly Add Up for Texas Women Seeking Abortions

Study Suggests 3-D Breast Cancer Screenings Cost-Effective for Some Women

Video Round Up: Voters Mull Antiabortion-Rights Ballot Measures, Pregnancy Discrimination Remains Widespread, More

N.D. Supreme Court Upholds Law That Blocks Medication Abortions Statewide

Courts Permit Fla. Catholic College, Ohio Business To Deny Contraceptive Coverage

Study Suggests Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders More Common Than Previously Estimated

MIT Releases Student Survey on Sexual Assault Experiences

Abortion Provider Petitions Okla. Supreme Court To Block Admitting Privileges Law

Survey: Most Texas Latino Voters Support Women's Right To Make Abortion Decisions

Study Suggests Hospital Practices Affect C-Section Rates More Than Patients' Risk Factors

FDA Addresses Female Sexual Dysfunction at Two-Day Workshop

Ohio Targets Last Cincinnati Abortion Clinic for Closure

Blogs Comment on 'Costly Choice' of Parenting in America, 'Big Business' of Breast Cancer Awareness, More

Judge Allows Okla. Admitting Privileges Law To Take Effect This Week; Appeal Expected

Antiabortion-Rights Ballot Measure at 'Center Stage' in Tenn. Election

Family Physicians' Group Officially Opposes 'Nonevidence-Based Restrictions' on Women's Health Care

Murder Conviction Upheld for Man Who Killed Abortion Provider Tiller in 2009

Column Urges Presidential Action To Protect Undocumented Women From Domestic Violence

Experts Say N.D. Personhood Measure Could Have Drastic Effects on Health Care Services

Calif. Law Helps Expand Abortion Access, Destigmatize Procedure

Wash. Senators' 'Winning Legal Argument' Could Trump Hobby Lobby Ruling, Editorial States

Two Alabama Abortion Clinics Reopen; Lawsuit Will Determine Future Access

Blogs Comment on Abortion Stigma Research, Contraceptive Coverage Accommodations, More

Definition of 'Closely Held Corporation' Should Be Narrow for Contraceptive Coverage Purposes, Groups Say

Judge Refuses To Block Okla. Medication Abortion Restrictions

NYT's Collins: Midterm Election Candidates Cast Issues in 'New, Woman-Centric Way'

Studies Show Racial Disparity in IVF Pregnancy Rates Among Whites, Blacks

Violence Against Women Central Topic on Alaska Campaign Trail

Columnist: U.K. Women Must Fight Efforts To 'Chip Away' at Abortion Rights

Datapoints: Public Funding for Family Planning is a Sound Investment, LARC Lowers Teen Pregnancy & More

Survey: Many Uninsured Not Aware of ACA's Upcoming Open Enrollment Period

More Women Sharing Abortion Stories To Destigmatize Procedure

Study: Genetic Variant in Latinas Could Lower Breast Cancer Risk for Some

La. Proposal Would End Billing of Rape Survivors for Forensic Exams

NYC Woman Offered Job Back After Being Denied Pregnancy Accommodations

Education Dept. Finalizes Sexual Assault Reporting Requirements for Colleges

Planned Parenthood's Richards Discusses Abortion Stigma, Shares Her Abortion Story in Elle

Abortion, Contraception Key Issues in Close Iowa Race for U.S. Senate

More Colleges Adopt Affirmative Consent Standard Amid Ongoing Debate

Blogs Comment on 'Messy Truth About Breast-Feeding,' 'Pregnancy Penalty,' More

Judge Hears Oral Arguments Over Okla. Admitting Privileges Law

LA Times Op-Ed: Over-the-Counter Birth Control Should Not Come at the Expense of Insurance Coverage

NYT Column: City's Pregnant Workers Fairness Act 'A Big Step Forward,' But Issues Remain