What bad decisions by Ron DeSantis and Gavin Newsom have in common | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - March 23, 2023

We're citizens -- not subjects. The two governors ignored that fact in their unconstitutional haste to punish two corporations.

Despite plaintiffs’ claims that medication abortion is dangerous, data from more than two decades of mifepristone uses indicate a generally low rate of adverse events and few deaths, according to the FDA. (Getty Images)

What plaintiffs targeting abortion pill want might not even be possible

BY: - March 21, 2023

Despite the plaintiffs’ claims that medication abortion is dangerous, there is ample evidence of its efficacy and safety.

Ending a pregnancy in 14 states leaves few options. Some are looking to Europe and India for help

BY: - March 21, 2023

States with abortion bans struggle to stop mailed abortion pills from overseas.

Dr. Laura Hatchman

Today is Abortion Provider Appreciation Day. Thank you to our patients | Opinion

BY: - March 10, 2023

We are going to celebrate the only way we now how: By providing you the care you deserve.

Remaining abortion clinics face more challenges if Texas judge limits abortion pill

BY: - March 2, 2023

'I think that women need to pick up their guns and take to the streets, and I’m serious. This is a crusade against women,' an advocate said.

After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe last summer, pregnant patients and their providers are fearful of breaking the law as they navigate health care crises and the changing legal landscape surrounding abortion bans, according to initial findings of the Care Post Roe study. (Getty Images)

Doctors recount ‘heart-wrenching’ stories in new study on medical care post-Roe

BY: - February 24, 2023

Not only are providers scared of flouting new laws, but some patients are terrified just to be pregnant in states with abortion bans and are traveling long distances when problems arise.


Do women’s lives matter to federal courts? | Opinion

BY: - February 15, 2023

Far-reaching legal cases, including a ruling by a Kentucky federal judge, raise serious concerns.


My State of the Union lesson: Our voices matter just as much as those in power | Opinion

BY: - February 15, 2023

I was a guest at President Joe Biden's speech. I left feeling inspired and invigorated to raise my voice. I hope you’ll join me. 

The FDA approved mifepristone under the brand-name Mifeprex in 2000, and an abortion-drug regimen that has seen few deaths and a low rate of adverse events in more than two decades of use.  (Peter Dazeley/GettyImages)

Attorneys general from Democratic-led states urge judge to keep abortion pill legal

BY: - February 14, 2023

Attorneys general from 21 states, including Pennsylvania, have joined the legal action.

Attorneys general from 23 GOP-led states back suit seeking to block abortion pill

BY: - February 12, 2023

The lawsuit argues the FDA exceeded its authority when it approved mifepristone to end pregnancies in 2000.

GOP leaders in some states want to add abortion ban exceptions | Analysis

BY: - February 1, 2023

By Stephen Elliott NASHVILLE, Tenn. — With Tennessee’s so-called trigger law already on the books, the state enacted its abortion ban almost immediately after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade in June. Yet even as anti-abortion legislators and advocates celebrated, they considered how much further they could go — perhaps by barring […]

‘Real people making real decisions’: Abortion rights advocates make their case on Capitol Hill

BY: - January 31, 2023

‘We’re reminding our elected officials that folks overwhelmingly support abortion access, particularly in Pa.,’ Kelsey Leigh, of Mt. Lebanon, Pa., said.