MD AG Frosh Joins Two Multi-state Briefs in Defense of Emergency Care Including Abortion

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Maryland AG Brian Frosh has joined a multi-state coalition of 21 attorneys general in filing briefs supporting the federal government in two actions in which women’s right to emergency healthcare are threatened – including abortion. One is against Texas’ attempt to broadly exempt abortion care from emergency healthcare. Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe…

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Del. AG Jennings: Supreme Court Ruling In Abortion Case A “Sad Statement”

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Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings expressed disappointment Friday in the US Supreme Court ruling in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization: Jennings said the following in a statement: “Just one day after dramatically curtailing states’ rights to regulate guns, the Supreme Court has upended a half-century of legal precedent by permitting states…

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Del. Abortion Rights Protections Strengthened Under House-Passed Bill, Say Sponsors

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The House of Representatives has approved a bill that its sponsor said would improve availability of safe and accessible reproductive healthcare services, while protecting patients and providers from facing legal action under abortion laws in other states. House Bill 455 passed with 24 yes votes, 13 no Tuesday. Four representatives were absent. “As a nurse,…

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Does Del. Bill Intend To Usurp Parental Oversight?

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Delaware House Republicans are stepping up their opposition to a measure they say would usurp parental oversight over sensitive matters regarding their children, such as abortion or gender identity.House Bill 400, sponsored by Democratic Representative Krista Griffith, D-Wilmington area would allow dependents to receive health care services without the knowledge of the policy-holder. Griffith has…

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Elected Officials Reacted To Leaked US Supreme Court Majority Opinion Re: Roe v. Wade

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Area elected officials are reacting to a Politico report that a leaked US Supreme Court draft majority opinion indicates that the nation’s highest court would strike down Roe V. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion. US Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del.: “Reversing the long-settled protections in Roe is outrageous. Every woman in America deserves the chance to make…

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Update / Video: Sine Die Day For Md. General Assembly

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(Story Update) The curtain has come down on the 2022 Maryland General Assembly session.Speaking hours before the late-night gavel, Governor Larry Hogan said late Monday that the session produced agreement on a tax cut package and leaves Maryland with a healthy budget surplus.Not all of the Governor’s proposals were enacted – including tougher sentences for…

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Del. Bill Addresses Access To Abortion Medications

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Physician assistants and advanced practice registered nurses would be permitted to prescribe approved medications for termination of a pregnancy in Delaware, under a bill that has passed the State Senate.The sponsors said this legislation addresses a provision in the state code that allows only qualified physicians to prescribe and administer abortion medications. Requirements surrounding these…

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AUDIO: Senate Candidate Stands By Controversial Social Media Post About RBG

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Republican US Senate Candidate Lauren Witzke Monday responded to criticism of her social media post following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The post originally included a meme of young African-American children who appeared to be dancing in celebration of Ginsberg’s passing. The meme, a reference to Ginsberg’s past decisions that upheld a woman’s…

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Delaware Lawmakers Consider Abortion Limiting Bill

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State lawmakers in Dover are considering proposed legislation regarding the state’s abortion laws. A newly introduced bill would protect unborn children after 20 weeks into a pregnancy. Proponents of the bill say later term abortions would only be allowed if there’s a severe health risk to the mother. The bill is primarily backed by Republican…

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Planned Parenthood Opposes Abortion Legislation Introduced by Sen. Richardson

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Last week, State Senator Bryant Richardson reintroduced two pieces of legislation dealing with abortion.  The “Pain Culpable Unborn Child Act” which would protect the lives of the unborn starting well into the second trimester when the unborn can feel pain, and the Woman’s Ultrasound Right to Know Act” which gives women information about the development…

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