Planned Parenthood to Provide Mobile Abortion Care at the Red State Lines Planned Parenthood to Provide Mobile Abortion Care at the Red State Lines Planned Parenthood to Provide Mobile Abortion Care at the Red State Lines The landmark decision of Roe v. Wade protected Americans from access to abortion for 50 years. In June, the Supreme Court overturned that decision with its ruling… 04.10.2022, Sputnik International … Read more

Arizona judge: state can enforce near-total abortion ban

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona can enforce a near-complete abortion ban that has been blocked for nearly 50 years, a judge ruled Friday, meaning clinics across the state must stop providing the procedures to file criminal charges against doctors and other medical workers. An injunction has long blocked enforcement of a law, which has been on … Read more

Support for abortion rights rises in wake of Supreme Court ruling against Roe: Poll

In what is likely to be even more bad news for Republicans, U.S. support for abortion rights has grown in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in June to jettison Roe v. Wade, a new Wall Street Journal poll shows. And more than half of voters surveyed said the issue made them more likely … Read more

Woman forced to travel from Louisiana to abort fetus, missing skull

A pregnant Louisiana woman will be forced to travel to another state to abort her fetus, which is missing part of its skull and would die shortly after birth, the woman’s attorney said. Because the fetal condition — acrania — is not specifically listed in state law as an exception to the Louisiana abortion ban, … Read more

Judge says Michigan Gov. Whitmer not required to testify in abortion lawsuit – CBS Detroit

PONTIAC, Michigan (AP) — A judge turned down a request to have Governor Gretchen Whitmer testify at a hearing on Michigan’s 1931 anti-abortion law next week. A judge said Whitmer is suing a group of county prosecutors in her role as governor, not as a private individual. Lawyers representing prosecutors in Kent and Jackson counties … Read more

Michigan Judge Extends Order Keeping Abortion Legal – CBS Detroit

PONTIAC, Michigan (AP) — A Michigan judge on Wednesday extended an injunction prohibiting prosecutors from enforcing a 1931 abortion ban. Oakland County Judge Jacob Cunningham agreed after attorneys for Governor Gretchen Whitmer argued that untying his Monday order would cause chaos in the state. READ MORE: Storms knock out more than 100,000 across Michigan “If … Read more

Four takeaways from the Kansas, Michigan and Missouri primaries

CNN — Election officials count Tuesday’s primaries in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri and Washington in a series of races that will set the stage for some of November’s most competitive gubernatorial and Senate games. Kansas voters chose to protect abortion rights in their state. A former Missouri governor’s political comeback has been halted. And the … Read more

Art Industry News: A Long-Lost Treasure of Elvis Jewelry, Guitars and Guns Up for Auction + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most radical developments coming from the art world and the art market. You need to know this on Tuesday 2 August. MUST READ Oxford and Cambridge will return hundreds of Benin bronzes A total of 213 Benin bronzes, housed in the Pitt Rivers and Ashmolean Museums … Read more

Climate: Taylor Swift hits back at private jet resistance after her plane tops CO2 emissions list.

Taylor Swift faces criticism from critics over her private jet’s carbon footprint. The shake it off The singer was accused of polluting the planet by flying 170 times in her private jet between Jan. 1 and July 29, according to Yard, a sustainability marketing agency that prides itself on “cutting-edge data and analytics.” Fox news … Read more

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s unprecedented pressure after 12 days of hell

The very best thing about being Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, right now, as far as I know, is that no one is going to let them go to Birmingham. The Commonwealth Games open on Friday in the city of Midlands and several members of the royal family will be sent out … Read more