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Latest Cecile Richards Items
The president of Planned Parenthood doesn't believe that the question "When does life start?" is relevant to a discussion on the services her organization provides.
An effort by Planned Parenthood to link Valentine's Day to women's health care has irritated pro-life leaders, as a heart-shaped greeting included breast exams and "safe & legal abortion" as something women need.
At least 12 abortion clinics in Texas will have to quit performing the procedure this Friday, the result of an appeals court ruling that determined most of the state's newly legislated restrictions can in fact go into effect right away.
A group of Texas abortion clinics have filed a federal lawsuit against a new Texas law, saying it will force one-third of the state's abortion facilities to close and illegally interferes with a woman's right to have an abortion.
President Obama gave supporters their marching orders for promoting his agenda Monday night, urging an advocacy group that was created from the remnants of his re-election campaign to get "fired up" for a summer lobbying effort.
The tough new abortion restrictions signed into law Thursday by Texas Gov. Rick Perry will almost certainly be challenged in court, the American Civil Liberties Union promised, and are already fueling a movement to unseat the lawmakers who supported the measure, angry pro-choice leaders said.
The Democrat at the heart of the successful filibuster of a Texas bill to ban abortion after the 20-week pregnancy mark proved an above and beyond dedication to beating back the measure — she even wore a catheter.
The Republican-dominated Texas Legislature cut off debate and passed tough abortion restrictions early Monday over the objections of nearly 800 demonstrators who packed halls of the Capitol.
Amid new concerns about the brutality of illegal forms of abortions, President Obama plans to deliver the keynote address at Planned Parenthood Federation of America's annual fundraising dinner Thursday.