Hot News Stories (12/2/2014)Posted: December 2, 2014
The Clarion Ledger (Clarion, MS)
An anti-choice group in Mississippi sought injunctive relief from the 5th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals after a federal judge denied its request to “protect” abortion protestors from alleged “police harassment.”
Charlotte News Observer (Charlotte, NC)
North Carolina government health officials have developed new rules for the state’s family planning clinics more than a year after anti-choice legislation passed, requiring clinics that offer abortion services to be treated like outpatient surgery centers while still preserving access.
Silicon Hills News (San Antonio, TX)
Researchers have used Stem Cells to treat a variety of illnesses. And now the public can find out even more about this exciting new field of medical research at the free public education day being offered by the University of Texas Health Science Center and the World Stem Cell Summit.