Hundreds converged on Boston’s City Hall plaza Tuesday night to protest recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions involving reproductive rights.
An anti-abortion group is calling on lawmakers to proceed cautiously as they consider ways to strengthen security around abortion clinics.
A rally is planned in Boston to protest recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions that organizers say reduces access to reproductive health services and birth control and puts women and health care providers at risk.
Gov. Deval Patrick says he expects to have a bill on his desksoon to strengthen security around Massachusetts abortion clinics.
Abortion opponents returned to protest outside the Planned Parenthood Clinic in Boston two days after a 35-foot buffer zone was struck down by the Supreme Court.
There’s a message for state legislators in yesterday’s Supreme Court decision discarding the Massachusetts abortion-clinic buffer-zone law as unconstitutional.
It’s been four years, but MJ and Aaron Gouveia can still hear the protesters’ screams.
The New Hampshire House has approved legislation establishing a buffer zone of up to 25 feet around reproductive health facilities where abortions are offered.
A group of protesters is trying to repeal a Massachusetts law that requires them to stay 35 feet away from the doors of reproductive health centers and they’re taking their case to the Supreme Court.