Abortion Training Taboo

Part Two: Will Texas Have Enough Doctors Who Can Perform The Procedure?

Posted on · Professors of obstetrics and gynecology in Texas are struggling to teach new doctors about abortion. This story delves into the specifics of training, explaining why a doctor who knows how to perform a dilation and curettage procedure (the foundation of abortion technique) may still not be competent to perform elective abortions in Texas – and why that matters.


How Will Scalia’s Death Affect Texas Cases Before The Supreme Court?

Posted on · Five major cases involving Texas are on the current docket: abortion clinic regulations, affirmative action policies at UT Austin, employer coverage of contraception, a voter redistricting case, and Obama’s executive action on immigration policy (put on hold by a Texas federal judge).