Abortion bans are confusing doctors about what’s still legal. Reveal investigates the effects on pregnant women and the growing influence of anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers.
The bill is among legislative proposals in more than a dozen states targeting crisis pregnancy centers.
A new bill in the Florida Legislature that would ban abortions after six weeks also includes $25 million for the state’s alternatives-to-abortion program.
State agencies aren’t monitoring anti-abortion clinics that offer free ultrasounds and other medical care. A Kentucky nurse’s complaints against one facility illustrate the lack of accountability.
One Florida case shows just how little authorities are doing to regulate pregnancy centers, even when the risks to women are significant.
As a wave of bans on the procedure takes effect across the U.S., providers and patients will face mounting risks in places where clinics remain open.
Florida is an unexpected safe haven for abortion, but it also has a history of anti-abortion extremism – and harassment at clinics is escalating.
Reports of harassment, disturbance and violence outside the state’s clinics are skyrocketing, while the federal law meant to protect clinics doesn’t cover the kind of tactics common today.
The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office has provided a series of contradictory and confusing statements about its investigation into the deputy’s conduct.
The bipartisan legislation would require grant applicants to be licensed by the state in which they are operating, as well as disclose license suspensions or pending investigations within the last five years.