- Arizona sued over rules limiting abortion drug use Updated: Mar-05-14 7:52 pm
- Relaxed rules on morning-after pill raise concerns Updated: Mar-05-14 10:31 am
- Bill banning abortion at 20 weeks heads to House Updated: Feb-25-14 5:57 pm
- Supreme Court won't consider Arizona abortion law Updated: Feb-24-14 5:45 pm
- Texas Senate panel checks women's health programs Updated: Feb-20-14 7:37 pm
- Unusual Iowa abortion rule has surprising result Updated: Feb-18-14 1:35 pm
- This session's abortion legislation about 'tweaks' Updated: Feb-09-14 1:47 pm
PHOENIX - Abortion providers said Wednesday that they have sued the state of Arizona to try to block new state rules limiting the use of the most common abortion drugs.
BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - The Food and Drug Administration has decided that generic versions of the morning-after contraceptive Plan B can now be sold over the counter to girls of any age, but at least one Bloomington pharmacist says he will not sell Plan B, or a generic version of Plan B, to girls as young as 11 or 12.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - A bill banning abortion in South Carolina beyond 19 weeks of pregnancy advanced Tuesday to the House floor, with supporters hoping it eventually heads to a courtroom.
PHOENIX - The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to consider a move to resurrect an Arizona law that would have disqualified abortion providers from receiving public funding for other medical services.
AUSTIN, Texas - As a top Republican lawmaker made her case Thursday that women's health programs in Texas remain effective after the Legislature banned the use of state funding for groups such as Planned Parenthood, critics blasted the GOP majority as placing ideology over best health care practices and leaving women with few choices for routine care.
DES MOINES, Iowa - While many states passed sweeping abortion laws last year, the Iowa General Assembly endorsed just one - a perplexing measure befitting one of the few legislatures under divided control.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Abortion is a perpetual agenda item for the Kansas Legislature, and this session is no different. But instead of setting new policy, a measure slated for a House committee vote this week would make small changes to existing laws.