One Florida case shows just how little authorities are doing to regulate pregnancy centers, even when the risks to women are significant.
Now that the fall of Roe v. Wade has ended the constitutional right to abortion, many in the religious right have a new goal: undermining trust in, and limiting access to, hormonal contraception – including the pill.
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.
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Abortion will soon be illegal in many states. What the anti-abortion movement plans to do next and how another religious movement is fighting back.
Florida is an unexpected safe haven for abortion, but it also has a history of anti-abortion extremism – and harassment at clinics is escalating.
If Roe v. Wade is overturned, states could set abortion rules. Some already push the boundaries of patient privacy and shift civil rights to fetuses.