Republicans Want 12 Randos to Decide if Your Emergency Abortion Is Legal Vice News Carter Sherman, January 13, 2023 – published article Virginia’s proposed abortion ban could let a jury decide if an emergency abortion was really necessary. A bill introduced Wednesday in the Virginia state legislature would ban almost all abortions after 15 weeks—and…
Category Archives: Abortion State Laws
Can I Take the Abortion Pill if Abortion is Illegal in My State?
Can I Take the Abortion Pill if Abortion is Illegal in My State? The overturn of Roe v. Wade sparked a sudden end to or retraction of abortion rights in more than half of U.S. states. If you’re facing an unwanted pregnancy, you already know how terrible this decision has been for pregnant people and…
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…
How long do I have to wait to have an abortion?
The political battle over abortion has created a ticking clock for people seeking abortions. In many states, there are only a handful of clinics, and in several more, people considering abortion have to jump through increasingly ridiculous hoops, including waiting periods. If you’re considering an abortion, the wait you may face could color your decision….
Senate Bill 8 became law in Texas
URGENT NOTICE: Abortion is still legal and available in Texas up to 5 weeks 6 days. Effective Sept 1, 2021 “Senate Bill 8” became law. This means that clinics in Texas can not provide abortion services to anyone 6 weeks or more from their last menstrual period. Please contact individual clinics in Texas to learn…
Do I Have to Look at an Ultrasound to Have an Abortion?
If you’re considering having an abortion, one of the most frustrating realizations you may come to is that the state wants to interfere in your medical decisions. States across the country have enacted sweeping abortion laws that have nothing to do with protecting women–and everything to do with guilting them for choosing abortion. Looking at…