Recent Headlines

Fla. judges hear arguments over injunction on mandatory delay law
A Florida appellate court on Tuesday heard arguments over an injunction that is keeping a 24-hour mandatory delay law (HB 633) from taking effect, the AP/Sacramento Bee reports.

Texas abortion providers launch campaign in support of clinics threatened by HB 2
A few weeks before the Supreme Court hears a legal challenge against provisions in the Texas' omnibus antiabortion-rights law (HB 2), abortion providers in the state have launched the Truth Tour, a weeklong campaign to garner support for abortion clinics, Reuters reports.

S.D. House panel advances antiabortion-rights bill
The South Dakota House State Affairs Committee on Monday unanimously voted to advance a bill (HB 1157) that would require providers to share medically unproven information with patients seeking medication abortion, the AP/Sacramento Bee reports.

Kan. groups rally to repeal state telemedicine abortion ban
A group of abortion-rights advocates on Monday rallied in support of a Kansas bill that would repeal the state's telemedicine abortion ban (SB 36), the Topeka Capital-Journal reports.

Colo. Planned Parenthood will reopen next week
A Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado that was the site of a deadly shooting last November will partially reopen on Feb. 15, the AP/Sacramento Bee reports.

N.M. House panel halts bill requiring medically inaccurate standard of care after some abortions
A New Mexico House committee on Saturday tabled an antiabortion-rights bill (HB 275), the NM Political Report reports.