West Virginians believe that the use of public funds for abortion should depend upon a woman’s health and personal circumstances. Additionally, a large majority of West Virginia voters believe it is unfair for a woman to be denied an abortion if she cannot afford it. Read more at West Virginia FREE
- Charleston Daily Mail
Pro-choice groups led by WV Free protest West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s unfair targeting of women’s health care providers. Click through to read more.
Full coverage of how West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s investigation of abortion clinics led to massive protests. Click through to read.
- WOWK, TV CH 13
Nearly 100 pro-choice advocates gathered in the capital to send a message to Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on West Virginia’s abortion laws. Click through to read more.
- The Charleston Gazette
Over 300 advocates gathered to protest state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s proposed regulations targeting the state’s abortion clinics. Click through to read more.
- The State Journal
Several groups planned and executed a “Twitter storm” to express their support for access to abortions and discourage Attorney General Morrisey from implementing harsh abortion regulations. Click through to read more.
- Al Jazeera America
Video footage of the rallies in West Virginian against investigation into the state’s two abortion clinics. Click through to read more and watch the video.
In an-depth look into the West Virginia Attorney General’s inquisition into the state’s two abortion clinics. Are anti-choice measures going to become a trend in West Virginia? Click through to read.