Individuals should not have to travel hundreds of miles, pay hundreds of dollars and face angry protesters to get an abortion.
Resolution roundup: Full senate passes virtual student ID resolution, weighs emergency contraceptive support
The resolution pushes for the implementation of virtual student IDs, which Solomon Davis originally supported during the MSA presidential campaign and a larger student health fee in order to provide access to emergency contraceptives on campus.
Planned Parenthood organization hopes to meet with provost and gain support from MSA regarding the accessibility of emergency contraceptives for MU students.
The newly formed organization has been collecting signatures since September for its Plan B petition, which focuses on the emergency contraceptives effort.
Missouri has some of the strictest and most actively debated abortion laws in the country, said NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri director Alison Dreith.
Demonstrators filled the sidewalk on both sides of Providence Road.
Event organizers estimated that there were at least 800 demonstrators.
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From banning hoverboards on campus to an announcement on potential new student housing, here’s what happened during winter break.
“As a state and federally funded university with a health system, we are required to follow applicable state and federal laws,” interim Chancellor Hank Foley said in a statement.
This essential organization does far more than just abortions.
Planned Parenthood CEO Laura McQuade said she wants a campus leader who won’t respond to political pressure.
The English department took the vote Tuesday.
From race relations to graduate student rights to Planned Parenthood, MU has been through a lot so far this semester.
The House voted 241-187 to defund Planned Parenthood for one year.
While abortion services at the St. Louis Planned Parenthood clinic were found to be legal, they are scheduled to end at the Columbia clinic unless new privileges can be found.
The “refer and follow” privileges of two medical providers were described as “outdated and unnecessary.”
“I demand autonomy over both my body and my education, and I will fight for both.”
“We have a right to choose how and where we enhance and employ our education, and the university’s decision to sever ties with Planned Parenthood infringes on that right.”
The witch hunt against Planned Parenthood is alive and well