KUNC News (Greeley, CO)
A bill attempting to reduce teen pregnancies and provide state funding for intrauterine devices has passed its first test at the Colorado capitol. House Bill 1194 would provide $5 million for clinics across the state that offer long-term reversible contraceptives to low-income women and teenagers.
When women who are family planning experts need to pick a birth control method for themselves, what do they generally choose? Not the same thing the average woman chooses, a new study found.
The Indy Channel (Indianapolis, IN)
Indiana state lawmakers approved an anti-choice bill that will prohibit doctors from performing certain abortions, intruding into families’ personal decision-making.