Anti-abortion advocates flood Harrisburg for first Pennsylvania March for Life
“We are pro-life,” Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward, R-Westmoreland, said, leading at least a thousand attendees in a chant on the front Capitol steps. “We are pro-life. We are pro-life.”
U.S. Supreme Court schedules Dec. 1 oral arguments in major abortion case
The nation’s top court announced in May that it would take up the Mississippi case. Since that announcement, the justices also voted in a 5-4 decision against preventing a more-strict Texas law from taking effect.
Pa. House approves legislation to mandate disposal of fetal remains
In a statement, Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates called the bills “cruel and dangerous.”
Roe v. Wade gave people who can get pregnant a choice about having children. Here’s how that changed their lives | Opinion
Roe v. Wade greatly improved the lives of generations of women across the U.S. in the last decades of the 20th century and early in the 21st.
‘Birth control is healthcare’: Democratic reps call for legislation to ensure access to contraception
Democratic State Reps. Leanne Krueger, Kevin Boyle, and Tina Davis say access to birth control is a right — not a privilege. They slammed the Trump administration for its efforts to curtail equitable contraceptive coverage during COVID-19, arguing that such measures disproportionately impact women of color, and urged the Pennsylvania Legislature to prioritize the passage […]
This Pa. woman remembers a time when abortion was illegal: ‘We’re not going back’ | John L. Micek
It's also a world that Jessica Marquez-Gates, of Cumberland County, Pa., thought she left behind a long time ago.