Posted on · “They were so excited about [their] pregnancy, and then they got to a point of a miscarriage, a ruptured membrane, so many complications that so many women are afraid to share the story, and when they showed up at their doctor’s office, their doctor said, ‘I can do nothing.'"
Posted on · Experts weigh in on recent lawsuits, state laws, and the future of abortion pills.
Posted on · U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk ruled Friday to suspend the drug’s approval from the Food and Drug Administration, saying the FDA approval of the drug had violated federal rules that allow for accelerated approval of some medications.
Posted on · On its opening weekend last month, Whole Woman's Health had 23 appointments; 21 of them were for Texans.
Posted on · The lawsuit filed on behalf of five patients who said their lives were put at risk and two physicians asks a state judge to clarify exceptions for medical emergencies under Texas law.
Posted on · Our experts discuss the legal issues, and the options currently available to women in today’s landscape.
Posted on · The rule, which allows retail pharmacies to provide the pill, could mean faster pick up times.
Posted on · Local doctors have seen a surge in requests for vasectomies and salpingectomies since Texas' abortion bans went into effect. Some people see this as a way to remain childfree, while others want to avoid high-risk pregnancies.
Posted on · Nationally, Black people giving birth are three times more likely to die than their white counterparts, and twice as likely in Texas. That concerns reproductive justice advocates, who fear these outcomes will worsen now that Roe v. Wade is overturned, and people can’t access abortion services.
Posted on · Some Texas abortion providers are now helping patients find appointments in other states after the Texas Supreme Court ruled late Friday that a 1925 Texas law outlawing abortions can be enforced.
Posted on · The ruling Friday night exposes abortion providers to fines and lawsuits even before the state’s trigger law goes into effect.
Posted on · On Friday, following the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, abortions in Texas ceased despite the fact that the state’s trigger law banning the procedure has not yet gone into effect.
Posted on · A draft opinion published by Politico suggests that earlier this year a majority of Supreme Court justices supported overturning the 1973 case Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion nationwide.
Posted on · The U.S. sued Texas after the Biden administration vowed to oppose Texas’ new near-total abortion ban. The lawsuit joins several legal challenges already in progress.