Ever since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022, Republicans have struggled with messaging on the issue. GOP presidential hopefuls are trying to strike a balance on the campaign trail.
With some narrow exceptions, abortion is banned in Republican-controlled Idaho but is legal in Oregon, and the state made it illegal to help minors get an abortion without their parents' consent.
If approved by voters on Nov. 7, 'Issue 1' would amend Ohio's state constitution to include protections for reproductive health decisions, laying the groundwork for similar measures next year.
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, a law still on the books from 1849 left the legality of abortions in dispute in the state. This week, Planned Parenthood resumes services.
The country's Supreme Court ordered that abortion be removed from the federal penal code, ruling that national laws prohibiting the procedure are unconstitutional and violate women's rights.
They were sentenced for up to 10 years for violating anti-abortion laws. Some say their pregnancy was a result of rape. Rwanda has now liberalized its abortion laws and pardoned hundreds of the women.
Younger voters favor Democrats by a wide margin, but the Republican Party is trying to change that with the RNC's new youth advisory council and other efforts to reach young voters where they are.
As Republicans take the debate stage in Milwaukee, Planned Parenthood is launching ads on social media and streaming services quoting their positions on abortion.
Wrenching testimony from women denied abortion care turned the focus toward the suffering and health risks faced by mothers.
Iowa's Republican-led Legislature passed a bill banning most abortions after roughly six weeks of pregnancy during a marathon session Tuesday. Gov. Kim Reynolds said she would sign the bill on Friday.