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  • Self-described 'proud abortion provider' claims that 'abortion is a blessing, abortion is an act of love, abortion is freedom'

    One of the witnesses at a House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing on Thursday called abortion "a blessing," "an act of love," and "freedom." During her introductory remarks, Dr. Ghazaleh Moayedi announced that she utilizes she/her pronouns, noted that she is a board-certified ob-gyn, and said that she is "a proud abortion provider." A Texas law that went into effect in September prohibits conducting abortions once a fetal heartbeat has been detected, except in the case of medical...

    TheBlaze
  • The 'Progressive' Anti-Abortion Uprising Is Just a Troll

    The most important and most sacred rule when navigating the internet is that one should never believe everything they see/read/hear online. This rule is easily applied to things like videos of people tracking Big Foot or pictures of butts that have the caption #allnatural with the peach emoji. Big Foot and people with

    Jezebel
  • The Texas abortion ban was just reinstated. What happens next?

    Earlier this week, when a federal district court judge paused enforcement of Texas’ new law banning nearly all abortions, a handful of abortion clinics in the state reopened their doors to patients who had been pregnant longer than six weeks. But now, just two days later, the strict ban on most abortions in Texas is [

    Mother Jones
  • Why this federal appeals court just reinstated the Texas abortion ban

    A district court halted Texas' abortion ban. An appellate court considered the nation's "most dangerous" brought it back.

    MSNBC.com
  • Beethoven never finished his 10th Symphony. Computer scientists just did

    When Ludwig von Beethoven died in 1827, he was three years removed from the completion of his Ninth Symphony, a work heralded by many as his magnum opus. He had started work on his 10th Symphony but, due to deteriorating health, wasn’t able to make much headway: All he left behind were some musical sketches. Ever since then, Beethoven fans and musicologists have puzzled and lamented over what could have been. His notes teased at some magnificent reward, albeit one that seemed forever out of...

    TNW | Neural
  • Arizona abortion law blocked by judge just before taking effect

    The judge temporarily blocked a portion of the law that would have allowed Arizona to file felony charges against doctors who perform abortions due to a "genetic abnormality."

    Newsweek
  • New Montana abortion laws were halted just hours before they were to go into effect

    As the Supreme Court looks to decide on the future of Roe v. Wade, abortion is again one of the biggest social legal questions facing the country. In Montana, three new laws hang in the balance.

    NPR.org