Pennsylvania already has several laws on the books that enable physicians and other healthcare employees to refuse to provide certain health care services they find personally objectionable. 578 more words
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By Ana Eusse, MSW Student and NARAL Pro-Choice NC Campus Representative at UNCW
As we celebrate the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, those of us who support choice must ask if choice is a possibility if there isn’t an ability to access reproductive care. 486 more words
by Tara Murtha, WLP Staff
On this day in 1973, the Supreme Court decided the landmark abortion case Roe V. Wade.
Forty-two years later, women’s reproductive rights are being chiseled away as national and state anti-choice lawmakers are proposing, and in many cases passing, abortion restrictions at record levels. 353 more words
By Lela Johnston, NARAL Pro-Choice NC Intern and NC State University Senior
This week we recognize the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that protects a woman’s right to reproductive choice. 404 more words
TRIGGER WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS DESCRIPTIONS OF RAPE, STALKING AND VIOLENCE. PLEASE DON’T READ THIS IF IT WILL BE UPSETTING FOR YOU.
First, let me just say this right up front: I am madly in love with the movie “Frozen”, especially the song “Let It Go.” What does this have to do with abortion, you may ask? 2,385 more words
For abortion rights activists in New Brunswick, the announcement in April that the Morgentaler Clinic in Fredericton would soon shut down marked a low ebb for the movement. 941 more words