Abortion

Marti Mikkelson

Update: A federal judge decided Wednesday, to continue blocking a new Wisconsin abortion rule, at least for the next two weeks. It requires abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.

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A judge has placed a hold on one of Wisconsin’s new abortion rules.

A ruling by a U.S. District Judge will temporarily delay implementation of Wisconsin's new abortion law passed last month by the legislature and signed by the Governor.

Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill into law that places additional conditions on abortions in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Assembly took action yesterday on separate pieces of legislation regarding women's abortion rights.

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Wisconsin's state senators voted along party lines Wednesday morning, to advance a bill requiring women seeking abortions to first undergo an ultrasound. Republicans voted in favor, Democrats against.

A state Senate committee on Monday approved new rules for abortion providers. If state leaders adopt the bill, Planned Parenthood says it would close its abortion facility in Appleton.

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Thousands of workers in Wisconsin could soon find their health insurance plans dropping an item: abortion or contraception.

Several bills under consideration in Madison would make it more difficult to get an abortion in Wisconsin.

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