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A 12-year-old girl who was raped and impregnated in Guam can’t have an abortion because there are no providers in the US territory
Women living in the US territory of Guam must travel elsewhere if they want to get an abortion due to lack of abortion providers on the island.
Before Roe v. Wade, desperate women used coat hangers, Coke bottles, Clorox, and sticks in attempted abortions
In the decades prior to the landmark Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade in 1973, women went to extreme measures to access abortion services.
District attorneys in Utah and Georgia have come forward saying they won't enforce strict new abortion laws in their states, raising legal questions.
Leslie Jones slammed the group of all-male legislators who signed the country’s most restrictive abortion law in Alabama last week: ‘This ...
Alabama recently passed the nation's most restrictive abortion ban, which essentially bans all abortions. Leslie Jones says it's a "war on women."
The Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade granted Americans the right to abortion in 1973, but the reality of that right today varies dramatically by state.
Elizabeth Warren just introduced a plan to protect abortion access even if Roe v. Wade is overturned
Warren wants Congress to codify the protections of Roe v. Wade into federal law and bolster private and public insurance coverage for abortion.
A judge who once said Planned Parenthood kills ‘over 150,000 females a year’ was just confirmed for a lifetime seat on the federal bench
Wendy Vitter, a Trump judicial nominee with anti-abortion views, was confirmed by the Senate for a lifetime seat on the federal bench.
Roe v. Wade makes the state bans against abortions unenforceable. Here’s how conservative activists plan to overturn it.
Anti-abortion activists have been pushing restrictive state laws for years in hopes of forcing the Supreme Court to ban the procedure nationwide.
Alabama’s governor just signed a law that would imprison doctors who perform abortions for up to 99 years
Now that the law has been signed by Republican Gov. Kay Ivey, it's officially the strictest abortion ban in the nation.
The abortion bill that passed in Alabama on Tuesday makes it a felony for a doctor to perform an abortion — punishable by up to 99 years in prison.