Doctors are left to guess at whether helping their patients will land them in prison.
State Officials Tried to Cut Women’s Health Care During a Pandemic. It’s a Clear Reflection of Priorities.
The state health agency continues to propose cutting services for families while leaving fully intact a program that funds anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers.
In far West Texas, some women have to travel hours to give birth, endangering themselves and their babies. Could midwives help fill in the gap?
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of two abortion access groups that were named “criminal organizations” by the local ordinances.
Much has been written about medical deserts, but these are the experiences of people who call them home.
Advocates warn that the attorney general’s new opinion indicates how far efforts to implement a vague new law could go.
When I was locked up, I often had to go without tampons or pads. A new law ensures that the 12,500 women still behind bars won’t have to.
A new report from the health inspector general says the Heidi Group, an anti-abortion group tapped to replace Planned Parenthood in state family planning programs, misused taxpayer funds, and calls for an expanded investigation of the group’s contracts.
Though Christian conservatives chalked up a few narrow victories in this year’s session, they may have run up against the limits of their legislative power.
The Heidi Group’s quick rise and fall is a cautionary tale of prioritizing politics over proven health providers.