Newsom: "in California we are moving forward." (photo from KPBS) California will become the first state in the nation to require public universities to provide access to abortion pills on campus under a bill signed by Gov.
While the number of abortions procured in the US has steadily declined in recent decades, recent data indicate that this decline may be slowing as the use of chemical abortions rises. The Charlotte Lozier Institute, the research arm of the
The following comes from a Jan. 8 story by The Tribune of San Luis Obispo. An Atascadero woman claims she miscarried after a San Luis Obispo OB-GYN mistakenly prescribed her an abortion pill. Anderson — who was was between five
California Democrats will be taking another stab at requiring all public colleges and universities to stock the abortion pill, anticipating a different outcome with a new governor taking over the helm in January. Democratic state Sen. Connie Leyva on Monday
“Access to reproductive health services, including abortion, is a long-protected right in California,” Governor Brown said in his veto message. However, he added that because the average distance to abortion providers in campus communities is five to seven miles, as stated
California Gov. Jerry Brown should veto a bill that mandates abortion drugs at state university campus health centers, said pro-life advocates, citing both financial and ethical objections. “California politicians put the interests of the abortion industry ahead of the
The following comes from a March 31 Catholic News Agency article: The US Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday expanded its recommended use of the abortion drug mifepristone, drawing criticism from pro-life advocates who say it is harmful for women
Dr. Mary Gatter leaned forward in the restaurant booth and gestured with her left hand: “When medication abortion was approved back in 2000…[I thought] ‘Who would want to do this?’ Who would want to miscarry at home and cramp and