Reproductive Rights

The Supreme Court Might Finally Stop the Assault on Reproductive Rights
October 15, 2014

But is the reprieve temporary or permanent? Here are the clues

Colorado's Misleading Abortion Initiative Doesn't Mention Abortion
October 13, 2014

Amendment 67 claims to protect women and unborn children from violent criminals

It's Astounding That We're Still Debating the Pill After 50 Years
October 12, 2014

Women are still fighting for their choices.

This Alabama Judge Has Figured Out How to Dismantle Roe v. Wade
Tom Parker's writings fuel the biggest threat to abortion rights in a generation
October 10, 2014

Tom Parker's writings fuel the biggest threat to abortion rights in a generation. 

Getting an Abortion Is No More Dangerous Than Running a Marathon
October 07, 2014

But Texas is citing "patient safety" to enforce its bogus new abortion laws. 

Megyn Kelly Misrepresented My Article About Contraception
I'm an OB-GYN. She's Not.
July 18, 2014

I'm an OB-GYN. She's not. 

Obamacare Is Working, But Some Insurers Are Behaving Badly
July 10, 2014

Many more Americans are getting health coverage, but some of their insurers aren't behaving very well.

The Medical Facts About Birth Control and Hobby Lobby—From an OB/GYN
July 06, 2014

Conservatives have some serious misconceptions about how contraception works. An OB/GYN sets the record straight.

The Hobby Lobby Decision Is Coming Soon—and It Won't Just Affect Contraception
June 22, 2014

A win for Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood could have far-reaching implications.

New Film Dramatizes the Severe Threat to Late-Term Abortion Doctors
September 18, 2013

The new documentary After Tiller, about the only four doctors in America who still openly provide third-trimester abortions in the wake of George Tiller’s murder in 2009, emphasizes that its subjects are living under siege. LeRoy Carhart recounts the night anti-abortion activists set fire to the stable he runs with his wife and daughter, burning 21 of their horses to death. Susan Robinson, standing in her sunlit kitchen, remembers that a federal marshal once tried to comfort her by pronouncing her house “a hard shot even with a sniper rifle.”