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West Virginia could be the next abortion battleground

August 15, 2013
Salon

We’ve seen abortion rights challenged all over the country, and now West Virginia looks like the next battleground state. On June 17th, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey sent letters to the state’s two abortion…

‘Chipping Away’: A Texas Abortion Rights Timeline

June 28, 2013
Austin Chronicle

Legal abortion rights began in Texas with the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in the Texas case Roe v. Wade, which confirmed that the “right to privacy” cleared the way for a woman’s right to choose.

One Lesson From Texas: Legal Abortion Means Nothing Without Access

June 27, 2013
Rewire

Wendy Davis and SB 5’s opponents know: The legal right to an abortion means nothing to the person who can’t get to a clinic, the person who can’t speak the language spoken in a clinic,…

Abortion coverage to be limited in Pa. insurance policies

June 17, 2013
Tribune Live

HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania is joining about 20 other states in limiting coverage of abortions under health care insurance policies offered in a federally run marketplace starting next year under a sweeping federal law.

Gov. Corbett Signs Bill Banning Abortion Coverage in Insurance Marketplace

June 17, 2013
Central Penn Business Journal

Gov. Tom Corbett has signed into law legislation prohibiting abortion coverage in health insurance offered through the federal health insurance marketplace in Pennsylvania, his office announced today.

Philadelphia Becomes Third City to Pass Resolution Supporting Reproductive Health Care

February 20, 2013
Rewire

As of last week, the Philadelphia Board of Health has avowed it will firmly stand behind the right to comprehensive reproductive health and abortion care.

Will you join us to ensure abortion coverage for all?