Legislators in 49 states ask SCOTUS to preserve access to abortion pill
A group of more than 600 Democratic legislators from 49 states have signed an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court urging the justices to overturn an appellate court decision that would roll back access to mifepristone, one of two drugs used to safely terminate early pregnancies and treat miscarriages. The list includes Pa. Rep. […]
Appeals court judges embrace anti-abortion speculation
Mifepristone remains legal and on the market as the case winds its way through the legal system.
Arguments on landmark abortion pill case to be heard Wednesday in appeals court
It's the the next step on a path that will likely end at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Congressional Democrats urge reversal of district court ruling on mifepristone
Lawmakers argued that a federal judge's ruling poses a health risk to pregnant patients if they are denied access to mifepristone.
Physicians react to ruling placing abortion pill use in jeopardy
'Any delay in abortion care is unnecessary and cruel, and it’s a dangerous precedent to deny access to a safe medication that science tells us is safe,' a physician said.