Sarah McCammon, WFAE

Sarah McCammon

WFAE

Virginia, United States

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Recent:
  • WFAE
Past:
  • WHYY
  • NPR
  • Nieman Reports
  • KTOO

Recent articles by Sarah:

A Trump-appointed Texas judge could force a major abortion pill off the market

A decision is expected soon in a case challenging the FDA's approval of mifepristone, a drug commonly used to induce abortions. → Read More

50 years after Roe v. Wade, many abortion providers are changing how they do business

The overturning of the Roe v. Wade decision just months ahead of its 50th anniversary has prompted many abortion providers to shift how they serve patients. → Read More

Police release the names of the victims in the Virginia Walmart shooting

Five people were killed when a Walmart employee opened fire in a Virginia store late Tuesday. The youngest victim was just 16 years old. → Read More

Where abortion was on the ballot, midterm voters largely signaled support

Voters in several states were asked to weigh in on ballot measures specifically related to abortion rights. → Read More

Here are the places where abortion is on the ballot (in one way or another) this week

Abortion is on the ballot in California, Kentucky, Michigan, Montana and Vermont, but it's also playing a major role in races for governor, attorney general and state Supreme Courts nationwide. → Read More

NPR

Indiana doctor sues AG to block him from obtaining patient abortion records

In a new lawsuit, Dr. Caitlin Bernard says Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has sought health records for her patients, including a 10-year-old rape victim she treated. → Read More

NPR

Meeting abortion patients where they are: providers turn to mobile units

In response to increasing abortion restrictions in the region, a Planned Parenthood chapter in Missouri and Illinois is preparing to open a mobile unit providing abortions in southern Illinois. → Read More

Meeting abortion patients where they are: providers turn to mobile units

In response to increasing abortion restrictions in the region, a Planned Parenthood chapter in Missouri and Illinois is preparing to open a mobile unit providing abortions in southern Illinois. → Read More

NPR

Book by mom of six puts onus on men to stop unwanted pregnancies

In her new book, writer — and mother of six — Gabrielle Blair makes the case that the abortion debate should focus much more on men's roles in unintended pregnancy. → Read More

NPR

Planned Parenthood mobile clinic will take abortion to red-state borders

Planned Parenthood says it will provide abortions out of an RV-based clinic in southern Illinois by the end of the year. It will reduce travel time for some patients coming from surrounding states. → Read More

Planned Parenthood mobile clinic will take abortion to red-state borders

Planned Parenthood says it will provide abortions out of an RV-based clinic in southern Illinois by the end of the year. It will reduce travel time for some patients coming from surrounding states. → Read More

Anti-abortion groups are getting more calls for help with unplanned pregnancies

With abortion illegal in a growing number of states, both groups that help patients access the procedure and those who oppose it are reporting more calls for help. → Read More

NPR

The first abortion ban passed after Roe takes effect Thursday in Indiana

Thursday, nearly all abortions must cease in Indiana after state lawmakers passed a full ban in August. Since Dobbs, Indiana has been a destination for those in surrounding states seeking abortions. → Read More

The first abortion ban passed after Roe takes effect Thursday in Indiana

Thursday, nearly all abortions must cease in Indiana after state lawmakers passed a full ban in August. Since Dobbs, Indiana has been a destination for those in surrounding states seeking abortions. → Read More

NPR

Poll: One year after SB 8, Texans express strong support for abortion rights

One year after a restrictive abortion law took effect, a poll shows a majority of Texans surveyed say they support abortion access in most or all cases. Many say the issue will motivate them to vote. → Read More

Poll: One year after SB 8, Texans express strong support for abortion rights

One year after a restrictive abortion law took effect, a poll shows a majority of Texans surveyed say they support abortion access in most or all cases. Many say the issue will motivate them to vote. → Read More

Indiana doctor says she has been harassed for giving an abortion to a 10-year-old

The harassment began soon after her young patient became flashpoint in the national debate over abortion, Dr. Caitlin Bernard told NPR. "It's honestly been very hard for me, for my family," she said. → Read More

Indiana's AG could face a lawsuit by the abortion provider for 10-year-old rape victim

Dr. Caitlin Bernard has threatened to sue Republican Attorney General Todd Rokita for "false and misleading statements" he made after she provided a medication abortion for the girl from Ohio. → Read More

NPR

Indiana's AG could face a lawsuit by the abortion provider for 10-year-old rape victim

Dr. Caitlin Bernard has threatened to sue Republican Attorney General Todd Rokita for "false and misleading statements" he made after she provided a medication abortion for the girl from Ohio. → Read More

NPR

Indiana AG warned over remark about abortion provided for a 10-year-old rape victim

A lawyer for the doctor who performed the abortion sent a cease and desist letter threatening legal action against Attorney General Todd Rokita for suggesting the doctor may have broken the law. → Read More