Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is not entitled to summary judgment in a case over the fatal shooting carried out on Nov. 27, 2015, by Robert Dear, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled, finding that Planned Parenthood knew violence could be expected at its clinics, based in part on death threats to its medical director.

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Seventh Circuit Upholds Chicago ‘Bubble Zone’ Ordinance

A staunchly conservative Seventh Circuit panel upheld Chicago’s “bubble zone” ordinance creating a buffer area around medical facilities – including abortion clinics – but the ruling almost begs the pro-life plaintiffs to appeal to the Supreme Court.

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Pair Who Filmed Planned Parenthood Dispute Charges

A San Francisco judge on Monday delayed a long-awaited preliminary hearing to decide if there is enough evidence to try two anti-abortion activists for recording Planned Parenthood staff allegedly arranging the sale of aborted fetal tissue, after state prosecutors and attorneys for the health care provider unexpectedly filed a series of motions on the eve of the proceedings.

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Report: High Court Ruling in Abortion Case More About Deceptive Speech

A 2018 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down a California law requiring faith-based pregnancy centers to provide women with information about family planning and abortions has far-reaching consequences for government regulation, public health and commercial disclosures, according to an analysis published Thursday by the NYU College of Global Public Health.

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