The state’s abortion laws will be challenged Tuesday before the Texas Supreme Court. Lawyers will be making their cases in a fight that’s been going on for months.
The amendment approved on Nov. 7 did not repeal existing Ohio laws relating to abortion or reproductive rights. That has prompted some anti-abortion activists to step up pressure on Republican elected officials to extend their efforts to halt, or delay it.
Four Ohio Republican state lawmakers are seeking to strip judges of their power to interpret an abortion rights amendment after voters opted to enshrine those rights in the state's constitution this week.
The off-year elections provide a snapshot of American politics heading into 2024. But two big names — Joe Biden and Donald Trump — weren’t on the ballot this time.
The outcome of Tuesday’s election in Ohio follows a string of defeats in statewide votes since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022.
Texas is one of 13 states that bans abortion at all stages of pregnancy.
The abortion, well into the teen's third trimester, violated Nebraska law at the time that banned abortion after 20 weeks of gestation.
Mail-order access to a drug used in the most common form of abortion in the U.S. would end under a new federal appeals court ruling . However, the ruling issued Wednesday can't take effect until the Supreme Court weighs in.
Ohio voters have resoundingly rejected a Republican-backed measure that would have made it more difficult to pass abortion protections.
If voters approve a measure known as Issue 1, it would make it difficult for an abortion rights amendment on the November ballot to succeed.
A Texas judge has ruled the state’s abortion ban has proven too restrictive for women with serious pregnancy complications and must allow exceptions without doctors fearing the threat of criminal charges.
There was another day of emotional testimony at a hearing in Austin for Texas women who are suing the state over its abortion ban. They spoke publicly about their pregnancy losses.
The women claim that despite suffering, what they called "dangerous pregnancy complications," doctors would not perform an abortion.
Saturday, June, 24, marks one year since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that provided a constitutional right to abortion.
A Nebraska woman has pleaded guilty to burning and concealing a fetus after she took medication to end her pregnancy when she was more than 20 weeks along.
Under the law signed by Gov. Jim Pillen, the abortion ban starts immediately, and restrictions on gender-affirming care begins on Oct. 1.
Lawyers seeking to preserve pregnant women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion got pushback Wednesday from appellate judges with a history of supporting abortion restrictions.
The Supreme Court has preserved women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion, rejecting lower-court restrictions while a lawsuit continues.
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The justices are still considering whether to allow restrictions on mifepristone to take effect while a legal challenge to the medication’s FDA approval continues. In an order signed by Justice Samuel Alito on Wednesday, the court indicated it will act by Friday night.