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3/17/2022 Stanton Healthcare Applauds the Idaho Legislature for Passing Texas-inspired Heartbeat Bill to Ban Abortions After Six Weeks ... Senate Bill 1309, which was just passed by the Idaho legislature, is extremely significant as it is modeled after the Texas law and has already withstood several federal court challenges, including not being blocked by ... House State Affairs Committee hearing, and stated:"Abortion is not women's healthcare. Abortion regret is real. However, even if a woman feels relief immediately after, or seems to never be negatively impacted by having an ...
3/15/2022 Stanton Healthcare Applauds the Idaho Legislature for Passing Texas-inspired Heartbeat Bill to Ban Abortions After Six Weeks ... Senate Bill 1309, which was just passed by the Idaho legislature, is extremely significant as it is modeled after the Texas law and has already withstood several federal court challenges, including not being blocked by ... House State Affairs Committee hearing, and stated:"Abortion is not women's healthcare. Abortion regret is real. However, even if a woman feels relief immediately after, or seems to never be negatively impacted by having an ...
3/12/2022 Texas Supreme Court shuts down challenge to restrictive abortion law | Courthouse News Service The United States Supreme Court, in Whole Women's Health first refused to enjoin enforcement of the Texas `fetal heart beat' law known as SB-8 which virtually outlaws elective abortions by setting a limit of six weeks post conception. Then it granted certiorari to two cases. The first was the challenge by Whole Women's Health. the second was a direct challenge to Texas by the Biden administration against Texas which ...
3/6/2022 National Pro-Life Organization Sues Texas Agencies Over Discrimination and Conspiracy AUSTIN, Texas -- The Heidi Group, Inc., a pro-life pregnancy center network, filed a lawsuit against the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), The Office of Inspector General of HHSC (OIG), and several individuals ... for state funding through two programs to provide abortion-free women's health services. The program redirected funding that would otherwise have gone to Planned Parenthood and other abortionists. Pro-abortion deep state bureaucrats within the ...
3/4/2022 Idaho Senate Passes Bill That Would Bar Abortion After About 6 Weeks 6 hours ago By Politic - NewsIt's among the first pieces of legislation to copy the controversial Texas law that has effectively outlawed abortion for most pregnant people in the state. Read more ...Tweet8 hours ago By TravelProtesters, demonstrators and activists gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court as the justices hear arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, a case about ...
3/3/2022 National Pro-Life Organization Sues Texas Agencies Over Discrimination and Conspiracy National Pro-Life Organization Sues Texas Agencies Over Discrimination and ConspiracyNEWS PROVIDED BYLife Legal Defense FoundationMarch 3, 2022AUSTIN, Texas, March 3, 2022 / Standard Newswire / --The Heidi Group, Inc., a pro-life ... for state funding through two programs to provide abortion-free women's health services. The program redirected funding that would otherwise have gone to Planned Parenthood and other abortionists. Pro-abortion deep state bureaucrats within the ...
3/1/2022 Hoyer Statement on Senate Republicans' Vote to Block the Women's Health Protection Act US House of Representatives ... Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-05) released the following statement tonight after Senate Republicans voted to block consideration of the Women's Health Protection Act:"Senate Republicans' vote to block consideration of the Women's Health Protection ... threat by cases being brought before the Supreme Court. In Texas, S.B. 8 prohibits the termination of a pregnancy after six weeks, which is before many women find out they are pregnant. Unnecessary forced waiting ...
3/1/2022 Hoyer Statement On Senate Republicans' Vote to Block Consideration of the Women's Health Protection Act Hoyer Statement On Senate Republicans' Vote to Block Consideration of the Women's Health Protection ActFor Immediate Release:February 28, 2022Contact Info:202-225-3130WASHINGTON, DC - House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (MD) released the ... threat by cases being brought before the Supreme Court. In Texas, S.B. 8 prohibits the termination of a pregnancy after six weeks, which is before many women find out they are pregnant. Unnecessary forced waiting ...
2/25/2022 Texas high court hears challenge to near-total abortion ban | Courthouse News Service The Supreme Court's remand order in Whole Women's Health v. Jackson - the challenge to the Texas "heartbeat" Act known as SB - went to the Fifth Circuit, not the District Judge who had enjoined the law. But the Fifth Circuit - rather than allow the litigation to proceed in the ordinary course - instead certified the question of state law to the all-Republican Texas Supreme Court. - GWC Texas high court hears challenge ...
2/25/2022 EXPLAINER: What does Texas' data on abortions say about law? Seattle PI EXPLAINER: What does Texas' data on abortions say about law? JAMIE STENGLE , 25, 2022 Updated: Feb. 25, 2022 7:15 51 of 5 FILE -People take part in the Women's March ATX rally, Saturday, Oct ... FILE -A security guard opens the door to the Whole Women's Health Clinic in Fort Worth, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021. Texas has released data showing a marked drop in abortions at clinics in the ...
2/25/2022 EXPLAINER: What does Texas' data on abortions say about law? ... Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas. Texas has released data showing a marked drop in abortions at clinics in the state in the first month under the nation's strictest abortion law, but that only tells part of the story, Friday, Feb. 25, 2022. Stephen Spillman/AP Show More Show Less2 of 5 FILE -A security guard opens the door to the Whole Women's Health Clinic in Fort Worth, Texas ...
12/30/2021 Hundreds of Afghans denied humanitarian entry into US ... by the U.S. government, considering the evidence he provided on the threats from the Taliban he received while working on women's health issues at a hospital near Kabul.But this month, the request was summarily ... control."It was a huge disappointment," said Caitlin Rowe, a Texas attorney who said she recently received five denials, including one for an Afghan police officer who helped train U.S. troops and was beaten by ...
12/28/2021 Anti-abortion forces scored major victories in 2021, putting Roe vs. Wade on brink of extinction ... Women's Health Organization, in which the state of Mississippi is specifically asking the conservative-dominated court to overturn Roe vs. Wade and 50 years of precedents that followed.Also this year, the state of Texas instituted perhaps the most restrictive state law in the country -- Senate Bill 8, which relies on private citizens to sue anyone who provides or helps provide an abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detectable, or ...
11/30/2021 3 lawyers readying arguments in high court abortion case - StarTribune.com Star Tribune ... three are scheduled to appear before the justices for just over an hour's worth of arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, though the arguments will likely go longer. Mississippi is asking the justices ... to a career in government and academia.Opposing her was Texas attorney Jay Floyd, who became infamous for opening his argument with a failed attempt at humor. "It's an old joke, but when a man ...
10/8/2021 TTUHSC Will Host a Human Sex Trafficking Seminar Via Zoom Oct. 16 TTUHSC Will Host a Human Sex Trafficking Seminar Via Zoom October 16th The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine in Amarillo and the Laura W Bush Institute for Women's Health in Amarillo and Abilene will be hosting the "They are Not for Sale: Human Sex Trafficking Symposium" via Zoom on October 16th. Angela Knapp Eggers, senior director of the Laura W Bush Institute for Women's Health, had ...
10/8/2021 Texas abortion providers say patients are well aware 'this opportunity could be short-lived' The Week texas abortion ban [Texas abortion providers say patients are well aware 'this opportunity could be short-lived'] A federal judge temporarily blocked Texas' strict abortion law on Wednesday, and while several clinics in the state ... reopen, Center for Reproductive Rights spokeswoman Kelly Krause said. Whole Women's Health operates four clinics in the state, and its president, Amy Hagstrom Miller, told The Associated Press there is "actually hope from patients and ...
10/7/2021 'This Is Not the End': Dire Threat to Abortion Rights Remains as Judge Blocks Texas Ban This Is Not the End': Dire Threat to Abortion Rights Remains as Judge Blocks Texas Ban "The Senate must join the House in immediately passing the Women's Health Protection Act so we can end cruel bans and guarantee the right to abortion care for every pregnant person throughout Texas and across America." Jake Johnson October 7, 2021A federal judge late Wednesday temporarily blocked enforcement of Texas' near-total abortion ...
10/7/2021 'Texas Abortion Law: Judge Temporarily Blocks Enforcement Of Law Published Last updated A judge in the US has temporarily blocked the new law abortion laws in Texas. Following a request from the Biden administration, District Judge Robert Pitman has granted a request to prevent ... request to stop Texas from enacting the controversial laws. While women's health clinics are making plans to resume terminations, the ruling has already been appealed, with anti-abortion groups accusing the judge of "catering to ...
10/7/2021 Vasectomy Mandate: Pennsylvania Lawmaker Proposes Bill Requiring Men Over 40 to Get Snipped Vasectomy Mandate: Pennsylvania Lawmaker Proposes Bill Requiring Men Over 40 to Get Snipped [vasectomy mandate] [pennsylvania] [men above 40] [Rep. Chris Rabb] [vasectomy] [texas abortion law] [Women's Health] [satirical proposal] [Rep. Kelly Cassidy] [TExAS Act] [Rep. Barb Gleim] [Rep. Rolanda Hollis] [reproductive health] [Double Standard] A lawmaker from Pennsylvania plans to file a vasectomy mandate that will force men above 40 years old to get the operation within six weeks ...
10/4/2021 Justice department urges judge to halt Texas abortion law Timothy Dougherty and about a dozen other anti-abortion demonstrators protest outside of a Whole Women's Health of North Texas, Friday, Oct. 1, 2021, in McKinney, Texas. A federal judge did not say when he would rule following a nearly three-hour hearing in Austin during which abortion providers sought to block the nation's most restrictive abortion law, which has banned most abortions in Texas since early September. (AP Photo ...
9/30/2021 Mississippi abortion clinic braces for Supreme Court showdown over Roe v. Wade Yahoo News ... Women's Health Organization is Mississippi's last remaining abortion clinic. It's at the center of a major Supreme Court case that could impact the future of abortion rights in America. (ABC) Even as Texas stunned the nation this month with a successful ban on nearly all abortions, Mississippi has been laying legal groundwork at the U.S. Supreme Court for a sweeping decision that could dramatically reshape a woman‚Aos access to ...
9/30/2021 The Texas Heartbeat Abortion Law May Be Back at the Supreme Court It's been a very busy month for the Texas Heartbeat Act, which the U.S. Supreme Court allowed to go into effect earlier this month. The law bans most abortions once a fetal heartbeat has been ... hear oral arguments on December 1 for Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, to decide the constitutionality of The Gestational Act out of Mississippi, which bans most abortions after 15 weeks gestation. Specifically, the case ...
9/24/2021 House passes bill to protect abortion rights in response to the Supreme Court leaving Texas' 6-week ban in place - NewsBreak ... Texas abortion law that took effect on September 1. The bill faces an unlikely path ahead in the Senate due to likely Republican opposition. See more stories on Insider's business page . The House on Friday passed legislation that would protect the right to an abortion in an urgent response to a recently enacted anti-abortion law in Texas.The lower chamber approved the bill, the Women's Health Protection Act, in ...
9/24/2021 House passes legislation protecting the right to an abortion, but bill faces unlikely prospects in the Senate USA Today ... Women's Health Protection Actwith a vote of 218-211. The legislation would guarantee a pregnant person's right to access an abortion, along with ensuring providers would be permitted to perform abortions. The vote came after a controversial new law in Texas banning abortion after six weeks has re-ignited the debate over reproductive health across the nation. The bill would codify into law protections provided under the landmark Roe v. Wade ...
9/24/2021 Federal Appeals Court Hears Arguments On Georgia's Restrictive ‚ÄòHeartbeat‚Äô Abortion Ban ... were wary to push the case forward as the U.S. Supreme Court is set to take up Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a case from Mississippi that bans most abortions after 15 weeks. Georgia ... restrictive Georgia law is on par with the recently enacted Texas law, which also bans abortions as early as six weeks and has stirred outrage among supporters of reproductive rights. Friday‚Aos hearing also played ...