The Supreme Court challenge to a Texas law that has dramatically reduced the number of abortion clinics in the state is the justices' most significant case on the hot-button issue in nearly a quarter-century.
The Supreme Court announced Friday that it will hear a challenge to key parts of Texas' 2013 abortion law that pro-abortion rights groups say is one of the strictest in the nation.
NBC Montana says the court has not heard a major abortion case since 2007, and its decision will likely come down sometime next spring or early summer in the heat of the presidential campaign...
The issue of abortion came up at the U.S. Senate today, September 24, where proponents of a bill titled “The Pain Capable Child Protection Act,” sought to limit abortions in the United States to only those pregnancies within 20 weeks of conception.
The anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 Row v Wade decision is January 22, and the pro-life organization Concerned Women of America will be hosting an event in the Capitol rotunda in Helena on Friday, January 23.