Hot News Stories (12/02/15)

The Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX)
Texas continues to appear at the forefront of a national conversation about abortion as the Supreme Court prepares to weigh in on how far states can go to restrict the procedure. The Texas cases on this topic are expected to have the broadest impact on abortion restrictions in more than twenty years.

USA Today (USA)

In the wake of the Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood shooting, the threat of violence at reproductive healthcare facilities is increasingly ever-present. In September, the FBI warned of “likely criminal or suspicious incidents” against reproductive health care providers, their staff and facilities.

The New York Times (New York, NY)
As violent speech and actions by anti-choice activists continues to appear, law enforcement and the news media have been reluctant to call it “terrorism” and do not focus on the topic unless there is a death.

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