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Mailbox chemical abortions escape pro-life, safety oversights

NASHVILLE (BP) – Women in states that have outlawed abortion are ordering abortion pills through the mail from out-of-state doctors and oftentimes foreign countries, according to news reports.

Mexico ends its federal ban on abortion, but a patchwork of state restrictions remains

MEXICO CITY (AP) — A Mexican Supreme Court decision to end the federal ban on abortion extended a regional trend of increasing access to the procedure, but left in place a patchwork of varying state restrictions.

South Carolina Supreme Court OKs heartbeat abortion ban, reversing course

COLUMBIA, S.C. (BP) – South Carolina’s Supreme Court upheld the state’s latest fetal heartbeat abortion ban Aug. 23, although the court in January struck down a previous and nearly identical version of the ban.

FDA erred in easing access to abortion pill, appeals court rules

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- The Food and Drug Administration erred in easing access to the so-called abortion pill, a federal appeals court ruled Aug. 16 in a decision that will have no impact unless the U.S. Supreme Court agrees.

Pro-life-driven Ohio Issue 1 fails in Republican-led state

COLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) – Republican-led Ohio rejected an Aug. 8 ballot measure that would have made it more difficult for voters to codify abortion rights in the state constitution.

Texas women denied abortions give emotional accounts in court

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — For the first time since Roe v. Wade was overturned, Texas women who were denied abortions testified in a court Wednesday (July 19) of carrying babies they knew would not survive and continuing pregnancies that put their health in worsening danger.

Pro-life gains made in state-by-state abortion battle

NASHVILLE (BP) – The state-by-state battle to protect preborn children and their mothers has continued in the first full legislative year after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a decision that prevented abortion bans for nearly half a century.

Four recent events related to abortion

NASHVILLE (BP) -- In June, the pro-life movement celebrated the one-year anniversary of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade. But in ​​the wake of that significant victory, the fight to protect preborn life and care for vulnerable mothers has continued at the state and federal level. Here are four recent events related to abortion you should know about. 

FIRST-PERSON: How your church can serve pregnancy resource centers

The thought of sitting across the room from a woman facing an unplanned pregnancy strikes fear in the hearts of many. Visions of a quiet room, hushed tones, heartbreaking stories, positive tests, and difficult decisions may cause anxiety or discomfort. To be honest, this fear isn’t unwarranted. As a woman who has worked in the pregnancy resource center (PRC) world in a variety of capacities for the past 10 years, I’ve seen firsthand how serious and intense the frontlines of a PRC can be. 

Generational impact: Pregnancy resource centers’ fatherhood programs help dads engage

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) -- When Richard found out his girlfriend, Jasmine, was pregnant, he was nervous — he’d been a husband and a dad before, and he didn’t feel like he’d done very well.