‘Heartbroken and horrified’: state officials, advocates discuss abortion access in Pa.
As more than a dozen states have moved to ban or restrict access to abortion care following the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 24 decision overturning Roe v. Wade, Goulet said that it's important that Americans talk about what it is like to experience pregnancy in the U.S.
Western Pa. abortion providers say they are seeing an increase in out-of-state patients post-Dobbs
The meeting, which was the third in a series of hearings on reproductive health care in post-Roe Pennsylvania, focused heavily on the impact that the increased patient load and confusing and contradicting legal landscape has had on the commonwealth’s abortion providers.
In Philly, maternal mortality, health care inequities take center stage at abortion access hearing
The hearing, the second in a series of meetings about reproductive healthcare in Pennsylvania, focused on the impact abortion bans would have on Pennsylvania’s maternal mortality rate and the implications for OB-GYN physicians, as well as how advocates and providers are faring with an influx of out-of-state patients.
Pa. House passes bill tying funding for Pitt, state-related universities to fetal tissue research
House Republicans used an end-run around the requirement for a two-thirds majority vote to pass a ban on fetal tissue research tied to tuition assistance for state-related universities
Associate Editor’s picks: 5 health care stories to know from 2019
From marijuana town halls to abortion bans, here are my picks for the top 5 healthcare stories to know from 2019.