Conservative lawmakers are again set to battle abortion at the State House in the coming year. As noted by The State, Greenwood state Rep. John McCravy is set to introduce
In Ohio, Kasich vetoes ‘heartbeat’ abortion bill in favor of a 20-week ban
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) vetoed a bill that would have barred women from seeking abortions at around six weeks into their pregnancy, noting courts likely would have deemed the legislation unconstitutional.
Why Gov. Newsom should veto SB 24, the chemical abortion bill
Senate Bill 24 would require California’s public universities to provide the chemical method of abortion to college women. It would be a needless expansion of the practice of abortion, and Gov. Gav…
Tennessee's fetal heartbeat bill: What you need to know
The Tennessee House on Thursday approved a measure that would ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected.
Editorial: Florida lawmakers should ignore backward-thinking 'fetal heartbeat bills'
After years attempting to roll back abortion rights, it appears that Florida's Republican lawmakers are sensing a big win.With good reason. The deck seems
Michigan lawmakers should have heard this testimony before passing abortion bill
Michigan legislators passed a ban on prescribing abortion medication through telemedicine with little input from experts.
Pope compares abortion to hiring a hit man to solve problems
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis compared abortion to a mafia-style killing Wednesday, saying it’s the equivalent of hiring a hit man to “take out a human life to solve a
Abortion in America: How does NY's law compare to Alabama's law?
After Alabama passed the nation's strictest abortion bill, we're taking a look at how NY laws differ from those in Alabama and Missouri.
Why ACLU is asking a judge to make Bevin report when he signs next abortion bill
HB 5 bans abortion for reason of gender, race or disability of a fetus.
Sweeping abortion bill, GM subsidies among top items on tap in Missouri Legislature's final week
Lawmakers face a 6 p.m. Friday deadline to finish their work for the year.
Hospital bills can vary by tens of thousands. Here’s how to compare prices in SC
A website gives people the chance to compare prices for individual medical procedures at South Carolina hospitals. Compare hospital services like surgeries or ER care.
Comparing salaries of top coaches and university professors
The NCAA Tournament has started, so what better time than this week to examine the never-ending rise in the salaries for college coaches.
How satisfying is farming compared to other occupations?
The British publication, The Guardian, ranked 274 occupations in 2014 according to how satisfied job-holders rated their occupations. Clergy rated their work as the most satisfying, followed by chief executives and senior business management officials.
What $2,000 rents in central Houston compared to the suburbs
Rents in central Houston may be increasing at a slower pace, but they're still pricey compared to what locals can find in the suburbs.
How defense spending compares to overall federal spending
President Trump released on Thursday proposals to fund the federal government for the rest of fiscal 2017 and for all of fiscal 2018.
How does N.C. compare on incentives?
The use of financial incentives to attract new businesses is a controversial topic in most states, including North Carolina. The debates might get more heated with the prospects of Apple and/or …
How does the University of Arizona compare with Arizona State?
UA and ASU have long been rivals. How do they compare outside of sports? Source: Common Data Set, 2015-16
What You Should Know About Georgia's 'Fetal Heartbeat' Anti-Abortion Bill
Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to sign a bill giving Georgia one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country.
Income inequality: How West Coast communities compare
The gap between rich and poor is growing in America, and the West Coast hasn't been spared. But a recent analysis by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation showed that the income gap isn't evenly spread among West Coast communities.
Bill banning abortion after 20 weeks advances
DES MOINES - Iowa doctors would be barred from performing abortions after the 20th week of a pregnancy or face criminal penalties under a bill that won initial approval Tuesday in a Senate panel.