Much has happened this year—and there may be more to come.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has declared that it’ll no longer process reimbursements to the non-profit.
According to Blanca Borrego's family, she was taken into an exam room where sheriff's deputies were waiting for her.
The United States Supreme Court issued a stay preventing Texas from implementing the omnibus abortion bill HB2 on Monday afternoon. This sets up the court’s biggest abortion ruling in a generation.
The school district claimed in a letter that they believed that the bleeding incidents were caused by “severe anxiety;” the woman and her doctor have documentation showing that it was an emergency stemming from a problem with her IUD. But should it even matter what exactly caused her medical emergency?
The Population Institute’s annual report card has been posted, and Texas failed in a big way.
Kyleen Wright explains why HB 2 is good for women.
How the debate over abortion has come to define our politics like no other issue.
Sarah Silverman, Lizz Winstead, and several female comedians joined forces to raise money for women affected by Texas's recently instituted abortion restrictions.
Crisis pregnancy centers served 17,527 clients last year, and that number will likely only grow.
The Governor will hold a press conference with Texas Right to Life in Houston today to personally offer his support for more restrictions on abortion in the state.
The president of Planned Parenthood and daughter of Texas Governor Ann Richards drew forty seconds of sustained applause when she mentioned her late mother.
After several legal twists, a three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled that Texas can now block Planned Parenthood from its Women’s Health Program.
The state legislature slashed women's health funding by two thirds last session in an attempt to target Planned Parenthood. Now, a total of sixty clinics have closed, and only twelve of them were run by that organization.
Chief executive Nancy Brinker announced she will step down from her position in the company, but is it too little too late?
Texas can now exclude Planned Parenthood from its Women's Health Program, after an appeals court judge reversed a lower court's injunction.
Texas's senior Senator pushed for Rick Perry and the Obama Administration to work out their differences to ensure the Women’s Health Program can serve low-income women.
Update: Fort Worth police have arrested a 40 year-old homeless man for arson in Tuesday's firebombing of the Democratic state senator's Fort Worth office.
Thousands of women angry over cuts to women's health care in Texas expressed their outrage on Rick Perry's Facebook page.
A new state rule that bars Planned Parenthood clinics from being part of the Texas Women's Health Program took effect yesterday. So what does that mean for the program's future?
Doonesbury takes on the controversial sonogram law this week, devoting six pen-and-ink comic strips to the legislation, but several newspapers around the country are boycotting the strip.
The confusing legislation and litigation, untangled.
For more than a year a feud has been brewing between the state of Texas and Planned Parenthood over coverage for the Women’s Health Program.
Read this National Magazine Award-winning story about how the Legislature slashed funding for women’s health programs in 2011 and launched an all-out war on Planned Parenthood that has dramatically changed the state’s priorities. The battle continues raging, and the stakes could not be higher.
A combination of steep cuts to women’s health care and an impasse over federal Title X funds threatens to leave some 400,000 low income Texas women without access to cancer screenings and contraceptives.
From invention to litigation, the breast implant has done more for Houston’s economy—and its psyche—than anything since oil.