Reprotection Commends Florida for Standing Against FDA Rule Change

Reprotection commends a Florida health agency for warning practitioners that, despite the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s recent rule change regarding mifepristone, providers must still comply with the state’s laws governing abortions. On January 11, the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration released a statement citing two state-level statutes that continue to prohibit retail pharmacies

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Planned Parenthood Mobile Abortions

Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri announced plans to deploy mobile abortion clinics to the Illinois border in response to neighboring states banning or restricting the practice, a strategy that takes “abortion on demand” to a dangerous new level. The Planned Parenthood affiliate revealed its intention to establish a mobile abortion

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FDA Allows Sale of Abortion Pills at Retail Pharmacies

Reprotection is appalled that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is gambling with women’s lives by allowing retail pharmacies to dispense the abortion pill mifepristone. As of January 3, the FDA will no longer enforce a rule requiring women to obtain the first drug in the chemical abortion pill regimen at a clinic or a

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Dangerous New Trends with Chemical Abortions

Pro-lifers have long warned about the severe risks chemical abortion pills pose to women’s safety, but now, after the overturn of Roe, the abortion industry has upped its game when it comes to getting this dangerous drug into the hands of women. And recently, businesses that offer abortions have even gone so far as to

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Reprotection’s Strategy After the 2022 Midterm Elections

With the Supreme Court’s June decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Services returning regulatory authority over abortion to individual states, several referendums were on state ballots during the 2022 midterm elections. States like California and Michigan passed initiatives that enshrined abortion access into their constitutions, whereas Kentucky voted down a pro-life proposal. The measure,

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