Hope Clinic In The Media
Where there's Choice, there's Hope.
February 12, 2019. Hope Clinic Executive Director, Erin King, MD, testified in Jefferson City, Missouri about proposed dangerous and restrictive Missouri abortion laws. Although the Hope Clinic is located in Illinois, over half of the patients see at Hope are Missouri residents. Missouri patients do not need to face even more restrictions and obstacles to access abortion care than they already do. Dr. King also sees patients in St Louis, Missouri in her general Ob/Gyn practice. She spoke from her experience as a gynecologist providing reproductive healthcare on both sides of the river in two states that see health care access for women very differently.
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"Emotions high as House committee hears heartbeat abortion bill"
"Emotional testimonies heard over anti-abortion bills in House committee"
"Anti-abortion proposals begin to move through the Missouri House"
"Missouri Lawmaker Wants to Change Abortion Laws in the State"
"Missouri's GOP is pushing a wave of abortion bills this session. Here’s a roundup."
"Billboard near St. Louis boarder, advocates for safe, legal abortion"
"Illinois Billboard Jabs at Missouri Abortion Laws"
"New billboard: "Welcome to Illinois, where you can get a safe, legal abortion""
"Illinois billboard touts 'safe, legal abortion' in hit against Missouri's pro-life laws"
"Illinois Billboard Takes Jab at Missouri's Restrictive Abortion Laws"
"Clinic erects pro-choice billboard at Missouri border: 'Welcome to Illinois, where you can get a safe, legal abortion'"
"Illinois billboard welcomes drivers from Missouri to state where they can get 'a safe, legal abortion'"
December 13, 2017. ANSIRH publishes findings in the Journal of Adolescent Health about patients' access to abortion care after the implementation of the parental notification requirement in Illinois. This research was a collaborative effort with Hope Clinic. Study well summarized in these articles. "Parental Notification laws delay care, study finds" and "Laws claiming to improve the health and well-being of minors considering abortion could put them at risk"
March 29, 2017. Chicago Tribune. "Former Chicago doctor talks backlash in abortion documentary airing on HBO"
March 10, 2017. Rewire. "I Found Fulfillment and Family as an Abortion Provider"
August 16, 2016. New York Magazine. "Tracy Droz Tragos on her new film and what Donald Trump would mean for abortion rights"
August 12, 2016. Huffington Post. "What It's Like to Provide Abortions Where Access is Almost Non-Existent"
August 11, 2016. New York Times. "Review: Beyond the Politics"
August 10, 2016. St Louis Public Radio. Documentary Highlights Those Left Out of the Abortion Debate: the Women Who Have Them
August 9, 2016. PopSugar.com. Why Women Can't Afford to Be Complacent about Abortion Rights
June 27, 2016. Riverfront Times. Illinois Abortion Provider Sees How Missouri Laws Hurt Women
March 14, 2019. The Missouri Times. Opinion: From the Clinic to the Capitol