Planned Parenthood focusing on Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court race in new ad

BY: - August 17, 2023

The ad campaign, launched on Thursday by Planned Parenthood Votes, the political committee established by Planned Parenthood in 2010, attacks Republican candidate Carolyn Carluccio, who is running against Democrat Daniel McCaffery for the seat left vacant after the death of Justice Max Baer last September. 

More out-of-state patients seeking abortion care in Pennsylvania, providers say

BY: - August 15, 2023

“What we're now seeing from our Republican colleagues are attempts to change the rules when it comes to democracy when they don't like the results that they're seeing,” Venkat said. “It goes to what type of country we're going to be and what type of democracy we're going to have.”

Abortion providers and support groups are reporting delays in seeing patients and higher demand for help. (Gloria Rebecca Gomez/States Newsroom)

As Ohio votes on ballot threshold, western Pa. abortion providers brace for influx of patients

BY: - August 8, 2023

“We believe Ohioans will resoundingly vote in favor of reproductive freedom in November, like voters [in] nearly every other state that has had abortion on the ballot since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade,” Espinoza said.

The ceiling of the main Rotunda inside Pennsylvania’s Capitol building. May 24, 2022. Harrisburg, Pa. (Photo by Amanda Berg, for the Capital-Star).

One year since Dobbs decision, the fight for reproductive care isn’t over

BY: and - June 24, 2023

Without federal abortion protections, stricter policies or a total ban in Pennsylvania became real possibilities last year, despite Pennsylvanians supporting keeping abortion legal under all or some circumstances.

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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.

‘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.

In first week as governor, Shapiro prioritizes meeting with Planned Parenthood advocates

BY: - January 20, 2023

While campaigning for governor, Josh Shapiro championed reproductive health, vowing to keep abortion legal, safe, and accessible in Pennsylvania if elected.

Pa. abortion advocates celebrate Democratic wins, but efforts to expand reproductive care continue

BY: - November 27, 2022

Advocates are celebrating a series of wins after the Nov. 8 general election — an incoming Democratic executive branch and electing candidates who vowed to protect abortion access — but their efforts to expand and secure reproductive care in the commonwealth aren't over.


In this election, it’s not about the economy or abortion. It’s both | Opinion

BY: - November 1, 2022

Our economic freedom is tied to our reproductive freedom, and women vote with that understanding.

‘We all have work to do’: Advocates voice opposition to Pa. amendment package

BY: - September 14, 2022

The five-part amendment package includes language to state that the Constitution does not guarantee any rights to abortion.

State officials reaffirm access to reproductive health services post-Roe | Five for the Weekend

BY: - August 13, 2022

“With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, we know that many people are confused and worried about getting the reproductive health care they need and deserve to keep themselves and their families healthy,” Department of Human Services acting Secretary Meg Snead said.

Pa. Dems, abortion advocates see parallels in Kansas abortion rights vote

BY: - August 10, 2022

The constitutional amendment, which was defeated by Kansas voters by a 60-40 margin last week, would have ended the right to an abortion in the state, according to the Kansas Reflector.