# Abortion law
OUTRAGEOUS: Columbus ordinance tasks abortion group to ‘examine activities’ of pro-life pregnancy centers
A City of Columbus abortion ordinance is allocating over $26,000 to Pro-Choice Ohio, originally founded as a NARAL affiliate (note: the national offices of NARAL were originally co-founded by eugenicists), to “examine” pregnancy resource centers and determine whether “residents of the City of Columbus have access to medically accurate and legal reproductive health information.” The City passed the ordinance as an emergency action along with additional pro-abortion measures.
Missouri woman claims Walgreens denied giving miscarriage medications after she lost her baby
A Missouri woman claims that she was denied medication by a Walgreens pharmacist for safely passing her miscarriage. This incident occurred two days before the overturning of Roe v. Wade on June 24.
Pop sensation Pink asks fans who support Supreme Court's abortion law ruling to stop listening to her music
Pop star Pink has clearly shown how she feels about the anti-abortion movement by asking its supporters to never listen to her music. She sent out a passionate tweet after the overturning of Roe v. Wade, voicing her opinion.
Period tracking apps may now worry users amid abortion data concerns
With major changes taking place in period tracking apps, there has been a huge shift in their database. Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision of overturning Roe. V. Wade last week, data privacy is becoming a major cause of concern. The overturning of this landmark judgment has given individual states the power to impose bans on abortion. Trigger laws in 13 states have already been implemented. 25 other states are also likely to ban abortions.
Pink asks her fans supporting Supreme Court's abortion law ruling not to listen to her music
Pop sensation Pink has been quite vocal regarding the recent abortion law ruling by the Supreme Court and has asked her fans supporting the anti-abortion movement not to listen to her music from now on.
Abortion Laws Around the World
There are a variety of different abortion laws around the world. Listed below are some of the most extreme, as well as the most compassionate. Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Andorra have the highest percentages of women being able to access abortion. Whether you're considering an abortion for medical or social reasons, consider the following countries before you make the decision. These countries may surprise you. Read on to learn more about their abortion laws!
States Respond to Supreme Court Draft to Overturn Roe v. Wade
At a protest in Washington, a sign reads, "Men should not be making laws about women's bodies."(Gayatri Malhotra/Unsplash) If you’re a woman living in the United States, you most likely heard the news on Monday of the Supreme Court’s proposal to overturn Roe vs. Wade. Regardless of being a female or not, this news is bizarre. Roe vs. Wade was a Supreme Court case heard in 1973 that challenged Texas’ laws on abortion at that time. The Supreme Court voted in favor (7 - 2) of women being able to decide for themselves on terminating a pregnancy, and that it was unconstitutional for any government to intervene with the woman’s choice.