Trapped tells the story of health care providers in the states of Texas, Mississippi, and Alabama who are struggling to comply with controversial new TRAP laws. It follows the clinic workers and lawyers – including those who took their case to the Supreme Court in March – who are fighting to keep abortion safe and legal for millions of American women.
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Women who have visited almost any abortion clinic in the United States have seen anti-choice protesters outside, wielding placards and chanting abuse. A Boston advertiser’s technology, when deployed by anti-choice groups, allows those groups to send propaganda directly to a woman’s phone while she is in a clinic waiting room and also has the capability to hand the names and addresses of those providing and seeking abortion care to anti-choice groups.
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) Victoria and senior obstetricians urged Victorian politicians to vote down a new abortion bill that would jeopardise good medical practice. On 25 May, they did vote it down, by 27 to 11 votes.
Tanja Fajon speaks about growing religious radicalism in the corridors of the European Parliament.