Abortion rights groups submit 2023 fall ballot measure in Ohio
The measure would require restrictions imposed past a fetus' viability outside the womb to be based on evidence of patient health and safety benefits.
Satanic Temple launches telehealth abortion care in New Mexico, hopes to expand
The Satanic Temple, which doesn’t believe in a literal Satan, has claimed its abortion ritual is exempt from bans because it’s part of religious practice.
'We won't go back': Abortion rights activists rally 50 years after Roe
Sunday is the 50th anniversary of the now-overturned Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that established a federal right to an abortion.
House GOP push anti-abortion measures after gaining majority
Republicans approved two abortion measures Wednesday, making clear they want to go further after the Supreme Court overruled the federal right to an abortion last year.
FDA expands availability of abortion pills
The change could expand access at both brick-and-mortar stores and online pharmacies.
Opponents file lawsuit targeting medication abortions
The lawsuit was filed by the Alliance for Defending Freedom, which was also involved in the Mississippi case that led to Roe v. Wade being overturned.
Kentucky Supreme Court hears arguments over statewide abortion ban
Tuesday's hearing comes a week after Kentucky voters rejected an anti-abortion ballot measure.
Voters say 'yes' to protecting abortion rights in Michigan, California, Vermont, Kentucky
The ballot initiatives come months after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion it guaranteed to women nationwide.
Which states are voting on abortion rights this election?
The overturning of Roe v. Wade has produced abortion ballot questions in a handful of states come Nov. 8.
At least 66 US clinics have stopped abortions since Supreme Court ruling, institute says
Abortion access may be impacted in several states because bans were put on hold temporarily under court orders. These states include Indiana, Ohio, and South Carolina.
South Carolina legislators unlikely to make abortion laws stricter
The South Carolina House voted Tuesday to reject changes the state Senate made to the current six-week ban. Lawmakers wanted to see a ban on all abortions, with exceptions for rape, incest, or if the life of the mother was threatened.
Louisiana woman carrying fetus with no skull forced to travel to New York to get abortion
Nancy Davis was one of the first women to get caught in the confusing whirlwind of trigger laws in her home state of Louisiana since Roe v. Wade was overturned in June.
They ended wanted pregnancies. Post-Roe, they face new pain.
Women say these terminations for medical reasons don’t feel like a choice — instead they are forced upon them by the condition of the fetus they carry.
State by state: Abortion laws across the U.S.
With Roe vs. Wade overturned, abortion bans are taking effect in roughly half the states. Here is an overview of abortion access and the expected impact of the court's decision in every state.
Chief Justice John Roberts defends legitimacy of Supreme Court
Opinion polls have shown a sharp drop in approval of the Supreme Court and trust for the institution.
VA to offer abortions to veterans in certain cases
It’s the first time VA doctors will be able to perform abortions on federal property.
South Carolina House approves abortion ban with exceptions
South Carolina’s bill currently allows abortions if a mother's life is in danger and then lists several different medical emergencies that would fit into that exception.
Kansas abortion vote shows limits of Republicans' strength
Last week, Kansas voters overwhelmingly rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed state lawmakers to tighten restrictions on abortion.
Indiana lawmaker pushed ban on erectile dysfunction drugs during abortion debate
“If in fact an unwanted pregnancy is an act of god, then impotency must be an act of god," Indiana state Rep. John Bartlett said.
Eli Lilly, one of Indiana’s biggest employers, says it will expand out-of-state after abortion ban
"We are concerned that this law will hinder Lilly’s – and Indiana’s - ability to attract diverse scientific, engineering and business talent from around the world," Eli Lilly said in a statement.