Planned Parenthood Criticizes Blonde As ‘Anti-Abortion Propaganda’

Planned Parenthood Criticizes Blonde As ‘Anti-Abortion Propaganda’

Planned Parenthood has joined the chorus of voices without much positive things to say about Netflix’s new Marilyn Monroe biopic blondgive an interview today that calls the film “anti-abortion propaganda.” This is per THR, who approached the reproductive rights organization for comment on Andrew Dominik’s new film, which stars Ana De Armas as a version … Read more

Vice President Harris Joins Chicago Reproductive Rights Roundtable Discussion – NBC Chicago

Vice President Harris Joins Chicago Reproductive Rights Roundtable Discussion – NBC Chicago

According to Harris’s office, Vice President Kamala Harris will meet with Illinois state legislators and other local leaders in Chicago later this week. Harris’ visit is scheduled for Friday, September 16, where her focus on reproductive rights reflects the mission of a trip to the Chicago area early this summer. Harris stopped by Chicago and … Read more

Louisiana woman with skullless fetus must travel to New York for abortion – National

Louisiana woman with skullless fetus must travel to New York for abortion – National

A Louisiana woman carrying a fetus with a deadly congenital condition was forced to travel more than 2,200 miles to New York to have an abortion after doctors at her local hospital refused to perform the procedure over fear that she would have an abortion. would be prosecuted under the ambiguously worded laws of their … Read more

Tennessee’s lawyer Chloe Akers bewildering abortion ban

Tennessee’s lawyer Chloe Akers bewildering abortion ban

Chloe Akers considers herself a grizzled criminal defense attorney. Until a few months ago, she didn’t spend much time thinking about abortion — for all her 39 years, abortion was not a crime, so she’d never imagined having to defend someone accused of performing one. That changed in June, when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. … Read more

Indiana becomes first state to approve abortion ban Post Roe – NBC Chicago

Indiana becomes first state to approve abortion ban Post Roe – NBC Chicago

Indiana Friday became the first state in the nation to approve abortion restrictions since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, as the Republican governor quickly signed a near-complete ban on the procedure shortly after lawmakers approved it. The ban, which comes into effect on September 15, includes some exceptions. Abortions would be allowed … Read more

US sues Idaho over abortion ban, citing need to treat ‘medical emergencies’ – National

US sues Idaho over abortion ban, citing need to treat ‘medical emergencies’ – National

The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging Idaho’s restrictive abortion law, arguing it violates a federal law requiring doctors to provide medically necessary treatments to pregnant women, including abortion. The federal government has filed the lawsuit to overturn the “state’s criminal prohibition against providing abortions, as applied to women in medical emergencies,” said Attorney … Read more

Indiana’s special legislative session to consider abortion ban begins Monday – NBC Chicago

Indiana’s special legislative session to consider abortion ban begins Monday – NBC Chicago

Indiana’s Republican-dominated Senate is expected to hear Monday from the public and Vice President Kamala Harris as he holds a special legislative session to consider a law that would ban abortion with limited exceptions — a move coming to fruition. amid a political storm over a 10-year-old rape victim who came to the state from … Read more

US House passes bill to protect same-sex marriage from Supreme Court overturn – National

US House passes bill to protect same-sex marriage from Supreme Court overturn – National

The U.S. House overwhelmingly passed legislation on Tuesday to protect same-sex and interracial marriage, amid concerns that the Supreme Court ruling barring access to abortion in Roe v. Wade would jeopardize other rights. that are criticized by many conservatives. In a robust but one-sided debate, Democrats argued intensely and often personally for the entrenchment of … Read more