The #1 entry is Reproaction, an organization that aims to increase access to abortion and other health services.
Florida is one of the hardest-hit states in the country with regards to the number of coronavirus cases.
Gretchen Newman, an infectious disease expert at Wayne State University, called it “an extraordinarily bad idea.”
Reproaction is another group that has catalogued the lengths to which these anti-abortion health centers go in order to deceive people who are seeking an abortion, birth control, or reliable information about pregnancy.
Missouri’s state legislature continues to claim the moral high ground while advocating for policies that leave moms and babies to fend for themselves.
In fact, studies show that people who have abortions are no more at risk for depression or other forms of emotional distress after their abortion than their peers.
After more than 15 years of use in the United States, research has shown that medication abortions are a safe and effective way to end a pregnancy.