Hot News Stories (6/18/15)Posted: June 18, 2015
Portland Press Herald (Portland, ME)
Maine House and Senate lawmakers rejected an anti-choice bill on Wednesday that would have required young women to obtain consent from a parent or other adult before undergoing an abortion.
Fox News (USA)
Young women who talk with a doctor about long-term contraception may have fewer unintended pregnancies, a new study suggests. However, health providers tend to be less familiar with longer-term contraception, and do not routinely mention it when talking with patients, the researchers said.
Cleveland News (Cleveland, OH)
An Ohio Senate panel signed off Wednesday on a $130 billion budget plan, adding last-minute anti-choice measures including as new medically unnecessary abortion clinic restrictions.