Abortion providers predicted Roe’s reversal would cause an influx of out-of-state patients. New data and clinic reports show they were right.
Although abortion rights are already codified in state law, Gov. Jay Inslee announced ‘sanctuary bills’ to protect patients and health care providers.
Tiffany Smiley and Patty Murray spar over inflation, COVID spending and abortion in the race to represent Washington in the U.S. Senate.
One third of the state's residents are most concerned about the economy in the upcoming election, a new Crosscut/Elway poll found.
Some felt uncertainty, then reclaimed dedication after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson, Planned Parenthood regional CEO Rebecca Gibron and State Senator Manka Dhingra discuss the Supreme Court’s decision to end federal protection for abortion.
The right to abortion is protected in Washington. But the rollback could have 'dangerous consequences' for the state's healthcare system and beyond.
Beyond a rollback of abortion rights, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s team is preparing to face what might come next.
The clinic is expected to help accommodate the influx of people who will need Washington abortion services if Roe v. Wade is overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
As a teenager, reporter Megan Burbank thought the gains her mother’s generation made for equality were here to stay. As a journalist, she found the opposite was true.
When hospitals merge with religious institutions, it weakens Washington's capacity to provide abortion care. What will that mean after Roe v. Wade?
Although already guaranteed by state law, abortion rights codified into WA’s constitution would be harder to undo.
Plus, mythical beasts and where to find them (hint: galleries across the city).
Our reporting explains what an end to the landmark decision means for abortion access in Washington state, as well as policies on abortion pills, out-of-state travel and more.
Patients already routinely travel into the state for abortion care. Clinics expect those numbers to grow.
Whatever the U.S. Supreme Court decides in its latest abortion case, Washington state has its own protections on the books.