Abortion Providers and a Constant Barrage of Personalized Harassment
Shootings like the one at a Colorado clinic are rare. Stalking, hate mail, and intimidating protests are the daily reality.
Alabama's Meth Lab Law, Abortion Rights, and the Strange Case of Jane Doe
After a woman is jailed for exposing her fetus to drugs, county officials refuse to release her for an abortion and ask a judge to strip her of parental rights.
A Look at the Secretive Society That Could Determine the Supreme Court's Obamacare Case
For more than 30 years, the Federalist Society has worked behind the scenes to shape Supreme Court outcomes to a conservative agenda. In King v. Burwell, its influence could eliminate health insurance subsidies for millions of people.
Abortion Restrictions, Religious Exemptions, and 5 Other Reproductive Rights Issues to Watch in 2015
Changes for abortion, contraception, and more top the agenda with Republicans in the majority in Congress and many state legislatures.
Employers and Accommodating the Needs of Pregnant Women
Here’s some preparatory reading for the latest gender rights fight, Peggy Young v. United Parcel Service.
Bishops Weigh Tightening Rules for Health Care Partnerships
With Catholic health systems expanding, stricter rules could have implications for reproductive and maternity care across the country.
North Dakota's Measure 1 Is About Much More Than Abortion
Money and strategists are shaping a nationally watched campaign amid talk of in vitro fertilization and end-of-life care.
Should Companies Be Required to Provide Birth Control to Employees?
A reading list on the Hobby Lobby cases.
A Stillborn Child and the Disputed Case Law on ‘Fetal Harm'
Rennie Gibbs, a 16-year-old in Mississippi when she gave birth to a stillborn child, is facing life in prison for taking cocaine during her pregnancy. Hers is among a burgeoning number of cases in which women are prosecuted for allegedly endangering their unborn children.
What Does the Rise of Catholic Hospitals Mean for Reproductive Health?
A new report details the rapid growth of Catholic health care networks, and the questions and concerns that have attended it.
Should Doctors Be Barred From Discussing Abortion With Patients?
The ACLU has filed a complaint in Colorado asserting a doctor was disciplined by a Catholic hospital simply for talking about an abortion.
As Catholic Hospitals Grow Will Women and Gays Be Left Without Care?
In Washington state, where alliances and mergers between hospitals are taking place at a rapid clip, many are bracing for limits on care, and calling for public debate.
For Transgender Patients, a Growing Fight Over Health Coverage
One transgender woman’s effort to get a mammogram highlights larger confusion over care.
The Impact and Echoes of the Walmart Discrimination Case
Two years after the Supreme Court decision tossing a sex discrimination case against the giant retailer, lawyers for women and minorities are navigating an altered legal landscape.