Hot News Stories (8/6/14)Posted: August 6, 2014
Washington Post (Washington, DC)
For the second time in a matter of days, a federal court on Monday rejected an anti-choice state law targeting abortion providers. A law passed under the pretense of patient safety, the U.S. District Judge wrote, would actually hurt women seeking abortions.
RH Reality Check (USA)
The last family planning clinic that offers abortion services in Toledo, Ohio, will be forced to close in just a few weeks, after the state Department of Health revoked its license, as a result of recent anti-choice legislation.
Washington Times (Washington, DC)
New York state is setting aside $14 million to promote stem cell research and education.