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  1. High Risk Pregnancies and Abortion: Navigating Laws

    High-Risk Pregnancies and Abortion.   When it comes to proving the need for an abortion due to fetal anomalies or maternal health risks, each state has its requirements that must be met. This includes what proofs are enough and what documents one needs to comply with the state’s rules.   High-Risk Pregnancies and Abortion  …

  2. Incest and Abortion: Guide into Options and Legal Aspects

    Incest and abortion. Dealing with a pregnancy as a result of incest is an undeniably difficult issue, and it is not something that anybody should ever experience. However, it’s important to note that you do have options and rights when it comes to ending the pregnancy. This article plans to guide you on how to…

  3. Inside the Christian Shelter Where No Girl Is Too Young to Have a Baby

    December 15, 2022, 7:30am By Nathaniel Janowitz ASUNCIÓN, Paraguay—Gabriela was 17, pregnant, and out of options. In her hometown in rural Paraguay, Gabriela found a local doctor who offered to give her a clandestine procedure for 3 million guaraníes, or roughly $400. For a senior in high school whose family didn’t know she was pregnant in…

  4. Teen Was Raped in State That Has an Abortion Exception

    This Teen Was Raped in a State That Has an Abortion Exception. She Still Couldn’t Get One. VICE News Carter Sherman 12-2-22 Legally, if you get pregnant after being raped in Mississippi, you should be able to get an abortion. Although the state has banned almost all abortions, it does permit them in cases of…

  5. Is it illegal to travel out of state for an abortion?

    Is it illegal to travel out of state for an abortion? Roughly half of all states have restricted or banned abortion in the wake of the fall of Roe. Republican gerrymandering and an aggressive legislative approach could soon drive that number even higher, leaving pregnant people in the crosshairs of political power games. Abortion is…

  6. SCOTUS Overturns Roe v. Wade

    Date June 24, 2022 The majority Republican appointed US Supreme Court (SCOTUS) today reversed Roe v. Wade, the 49 year old precedent that made abortion legal. This means that because of their decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, abortion will immediately be illegal in certain states, possibly illegal in others, and safe in some…

  7. 4 Things You Can Do Right Now to Help Abortion Seekers

    The likely death of Roe v. Wade has inspired unprecedented press coverage of abortion rights, and how they preserve equal access to opportunities and full human dignity. The truth, though, is that abortion does not have to be illegal for it to become inaccessible. As clinics continue to close, politicians work to delay access to…

  8. How dare the state criminalize the vital medical care I provide

    Tampa Bay Times BY MAYRA CRUZ ITHIER Guest Columnist | Friday, February 18, 2022 A woman in Poland named Izabela died in September in her 22nd week of pregnancy. The hospital team caring for her had been aware of severe problems related to the fetus, including extreme lack of amniotic fluid in her uterus. However,…

  9. Can you get an abortion over the counter?

    Thanks in part to the pandemic, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has now approved RU-486, the abortion pill, for use by mail. This makes telemedicine abortions a reality, ensuring safer, easier access to abortion early in pregnancy. But pro-choice activists are increasingly, lobbying for even better access to combat new abortion restrictions. A new…

  10. Is Abortion Still Legal?

    Abortion has been in the news for months–most recently thanks to a Supreme Court case that could dramatically restrict abortion rights, or even reverse Roe v. Wade. Anti-choice forces have capitalized on this, and done what they do best: lie. Thanks to their self-congratulations and false advertising, many people who want an abortion now believe…

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  • Louisiana Classifies Medication Abortion Drugs as ‘Controlled Substances’
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 28, 2024Contact: naf@berlinrosen.com On Friday, Louisiana Governor Jeff Landry signed a bill that will classify medications used in medication abortion as “controlled substances” and impose criminal penalties for possession without a prescription. Below is a statement from Brittany Fonteno, President & CEO of the National Abortion Federation, in response to this news:  Statement… […]
  • Arizona Repeals Near-Total Abortion Ban
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 3, 2024Contact: naf@berlinrosen.com Statement from Brittany Fonteno, President  & CEO of the National Abortion Federation I am thrilled that Arizona’s governor signed the bill to repeal the state’s Civil War-era, near-total abortion ban, and incredibly grateful to all the abortion advocates whose righteous rage pressured lawmakers into repealing this horrific ban. As a… […]

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