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Biological fathers in Utah will be legally required to pay half of a woman’s out-of-pocket pregnancy costs under a new law unique to the state that critics say doesn’t do enough to adequately address maternal healthcare needs.
South Carolina’s governor on Thursday signed a law banning most abortions, one of his top priorities since he took office more than four years ago. Planned Parenthood immediately sued, effectively preventing the measure from taking effect.
The last of the four white supremacists who in 1996 bombed The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane Valley office and a Planned Parenthood clinic was resentenced Monday.
The night before the Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol, a face that would be familiar to many in the Spokane area took the stage in Freedom Plaza just east of the White House to rally the crowd to rise up against Satan and a “stolen” election.
Wednesday’s bomb threat wasn’t the first threat Planned Parenthood on East Indiana Avenue has faced.
A vast swath of West Texas has been without an abortion clinic for more than six years. Planned Parenthood plans to change that with a health center it opened recently in Lubbock.
After a judge's order this week barring protesters from disrupting services provided at the Planned Parenthood clinic in North Spokane, the Church at Planned Parenthood showed up and seemingly violated the order, anyway. It's another example of the Spokane Police Department not taking action to disperse the crowd, despite the ruling and action from city lawmakers.
The Tacoma-based health care provider estimates somewhere around 300,000 patients and donors to their charitable arm may have been included in information stolen by data thieves targeting an online fundraising partner earlier this year. Those whose data may have been compromised are receiving notifications right now in the mail and via email.
“The right to protest does not include protesting to shut Planned Parenthood down or to harass its patients and health care providers,” Spokane County Superior Court Judge Raymond Clary wrote in a 15-page order.
Merrell, a member of the Phineas Priesthood when he participated in the bombing of the health clinic and the Spokane Valley offices of the Spokesman-Review in 1996, did not repudiate the racist ideology in courtroom questioning on Wednesday.
Planned Parenthood of Greater New York will remove the name of pioneering birth control advocate Margaret Sanger from its Manhattan health clinic because of her “harmful connections to the eugenics movement,” the group announced on Tuesday.
Quarantine requirements have pushed the resentencing hearings for Robert S. Berry, 66, and Jay Merrell, 74, to early September. Both men are serving federal life sentences for their role in a pair of bombings and bank robberies motivated by white supremacist beliefs in Spokane Valley in 1996.
Worshippers regularly gather outside Planned Parenthood on Indiana Avenue and yearn to be heard by God, hoping their prayers for an end to abortion will be answered.
Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho is suing a group of anti-abortion protesters who lead frequent religious services outside the health care provider’s Spokane clinic, alleging the noisy demonstrations have interfered with treatment and intimidated patients and staff.
The lawmaker was introduced to the congregation Sunday by outgoing pastor, the Rev. Ken Peters, who will leave to start a new church in Tennessee.
Missouri’s only abortion clinic will be able to keep operating after a state government administrator decided Friday that the health department was wrong not to renew the license of the Planned Parenthood facility in St. Louis.
After two months of low attendance amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the crowd of protesters singing Christian songs outside Planned Parenthood in north Spokane rebounded to 130-plus strong on Tuesday evening.
Orders by the governors of Texas and Ohio to stop all non-essential surgeries in those states have unleashed a new battle over access to abortions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mayor Nadine Woodward plans to sign new protections for health care facilities into city law, while The Church at Planned Parenthood mulls potential litigation.
Good news, everybody. The First Amendment rights of the Church of Planned Parenthood remain intact.