U.S.: Why I’m Risking Everything to Fight Texas’s Fetal Burial Rule

Amy Hagstrom Miller is willing to take her case to the Supreme Court for safe abortion access.

By Amy Hagstrom Miller
Dec 14, 2016, Cosmopolitan

My team at Whole Woman’s Health and I are bruised and battered beyond what you could imagine. And yet, I am ready to fight again.

In July, four days after the Supreme Court overturned two provisions that restricted women’s access to abortion in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott proposed a new abortion restriction to the Texas Department of Health and Human Services. The new restriction would require all women who have an embryo or fetus removed due to abortion, miscarriage, or ectopic pregnancy surgery at a medical facility to cremate or have a funeral for the removed tissue. On Nov. 29, the Department of Health and Human Services approved the restriction, with a plan to put it into effect by Dec. 19.

[continued at link]
Source: Cosmopolitan