Montana is an island of legal abortion, but four of the state's five clinics now restrict abortion pills from people in states with trigger bans to shield themselves and patients from legal attacks.
LGBTQ people in Georgia are now facing a much different, uncertain future in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
In a departure from earlier Supreme Court decisions on abortion, Justice Alito's abortion opinion barely mentions medicine. This creates a perilous new legal reality for doctors, legal analysts say.
Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last week, many have turned to music to express the emotion that has overwhelmed them in this moment. We examine five songs and what they mean today.
The whiplash of Texas clinics turning away patients, rescheduling them and now potentially canceling appointments again illustrated the confusion and scrambling taking place since Roe fell.
Abortion is still legal in Georgia up until 20 weeks into a pregnancy, But future court rulings on a 2019 law could drastically limit access.
After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, lawyers challenged Louisiana's abortions bans and won temporary victories. A New Orleans judge issued a restraining order allowing procedures to resume.
Conservatives long understood that the courts were key to reversing Roe v. Wade. By contrast, progressives found defending abortion rights an increasingly difficult challenge.
The legal and logistical obstacles young people face in accessing reproductive health care became more complicated with the overturning of Roe v. Wade, experts say.
A bill aimed at restricting mail-order abortion pills passed the Georgia Senate this year, but stalled in the House. President Joe Biden has pledged to protect access to abortion medications, and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said on Tuesday that access to the pills will be a priority for HHS.
In a sense, what was one battleground has become 50, as advocates on both sides of the abortion issue race to put the issue before state constitutions. Half a dozen lawsuits are already in court.
Local elected officials plan to push back against state’s strict abortion law.