Hot News Stories (11/12/15)Posted: November 12, 2015
City Pages (Minneapolis)
South Dakota women continue to face hardship when seeking access to reproductive health options, as only one clinic serves the entire state. Anti-choice laws in the state require women to wait three business days for the procedure after initial appointments and speak with members of religious nonprofit organizations about their decisions.
RH Reality Check (USA)
Anti-choice legislation proposing the ban of second-trimester abortions continues to advance in the Michigan state house.
City Lab (USA)
The Centers for Disease Control has funded a five-year, $3.6 million teen pregnancy prevention program aimed just at males, led by Bell. It’s the first grant of its kind. The project will use to counsel 650 young mean recruited from a local clinic and two high schools.