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  • Lawsuit Filed to Block Kansas Telemedicine Abortion Ban

    State law treats abortion differently from other forms of medical care Read more »

  • What you need to know about Ohio's "Heartbeat" bill

    In a Supreme Court which now includes conservative judges Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch, the possibility of overturning of Roe is increasingly likely, if not inevitable. Read more »

  • How have the U.S. midterm elections changed abortion access

    Here’s what you should know following the midterm elections Read more »

  • As physician shortage worsens, abortion hangs in the balance

    America is facing a physician shortage on all fronts, and women’s health providers are no exception. Read more »

  • Abortion in the United States: FAQ Part 2

    No matter your reason for seeking abortion care, here are some basics. Read more »

  • Abortion in the United States: FAQ Part 1

    If you are seeking to terminate your pregnancy, it’s likely that you have many questions. No matter your reason for seeking abortion care, here are some basics. Read more »

  • Here's What You Should Know about Alabama Amendment 2

    Alabama's Amendment 2 would make it a state policy to "ensure the protection of the rights of the unborn child in all manners and measures lawful and appropriate." Read more »

  • US Newspapers Limit Public Understanding of Abortion

    Abortion is a safe, common aspect of reproductive health care, but you wouldn't know it by the way it's discussed in major US newspapers. Read more »

  • Women always help women

    The Supreme Court doesn’t have to overturn Roe v Wade in order to prevent American women from accessing their Constitutional right to an abortion. Read more »

  • Good Medicine vs. Bad Laws

    Applauding healthcare professionals who put patients first Read more »

  • Here's What Happens When Contraceptives Aren't Available During a Natural Disaster

    What do you make sure to have on hand when you're prepping for dangerous weather? Read more »

  • Pro-Choice means more than abortion

    Our aim should be to continue advocating for access to abortion without restriction while also advocating for programs that support parents Read more »

  • Abortion Stigma 101 (And how it interferes with access to self-managed abortion)

    In spite of what we would like to believe, we all have ideas about abortion that have been influenced by abortion stigma, a phenomenon created and perpetuated by anti-choice activists. Read more »

  • Texas takes from the poor to give to anti-choice group

    If Texas wants to help people escape poverty, it's making some strange decisions about how to do it. Read more »

  • Argentina’s abortion vote is but a small setback in a growing movement

    The Argentine movement has not only captured the world’s attention, but has offered renewed hope in the fight for reproductive freedom. Read more »

  • How to prepare for a medical abortion

    There are many steps you can take to prepare for your abortion. Once you have decided to have an abortion, one step may be deciding whether to have a surgical or medical abortion. Studies have found that individuals can strongly prefer one method of abortion over another. While a surgical abortion… Read more »

  • How to spot a crisis pregnancy center (before you walk in the door)

    A crisis pregnancy center (CPC) is a anti-choice organization that masquerades as women's health clinics. These clinics (also called pregnancy care centers) are explicitly designed to talk people seeking abortion care out of it through strategies such as using religious coercion, shaming you… Read more »

  • The future of abortion is online

    It's in your mailbox, not your closet. Read more »

  • Women in Wales can now take the second abortion pill at home

    England is now the only country in Great Britain where women are required to take both mifepristone and misoprostol at the clinic Read more »

  • The End of Roe v Wade

    Though Roe v. Wade struck down anti-abortion laws in forty-six states and the District of Columbia in 1973, reproductive rights advocates fear that the end of the 45-year-old ruling could be near. Read more »