“Our Bodies, Ourselves,” published in the early 1970s, revolutionized how health care for women is discussed, laying groundwork for today’s resistance movement.
A federal judge ruled that opponents of the law, which would restrict the most common type of second-trimester abortion, were likely to succeed in court.
The White House has spent considerable time and effort cultivating the right, the one constituency it knows it cannot afford to alienate.
State lawmakers backed legislation banning a second-trimester procedure and the sale or donation of fetal tissue. The measure is expected to pass in the State Senate as well.
Casey, an even-tempered Democrat from Pennsylvania, has been ahead of the pack in his criticism of the president, at some political risk.