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By adamg - 9/6/23 - 7:38 pm

Researchers who looked at data from Massachusetts Planned Parenthood clinics from 2018 through October, 2022 found a small but significant increase in the number of people coming into Massachusetts for abortions following the Supreme Court Dobbs decision in June, 2022, even though we don't border any states where abortion is now banned.

By adamg - 7/21/18 - 10:41 am

Mike Mennonno checks in from his usual Saturday-morning coffee spot - the Caffe Nero on Commonwealth Avenue in Allston, next to the Planned Parenthood clinic, where the scrum of protesters have been allowed into the usual no-protest zone because of ongoing roadwork: Read more.

By adamg - 3/4/17 - 1:14 pm
Planned Parenthood rally on Boston Common

A rally to support Planned Parenthood on the Common that attracted several hundred people this morning was winding down when a rally to support President Trump that attracted several dozen people was starting up on the steps of the State House: Read more.

By adamg - 11/29/15 - 9:11 pm

Post updated to reflect change by author.

The Colorado Springs murders get Vera Papisova to thinking:

My senior year of high school, I drove 5 different friends from 3 different towns to 2 different Planned Parenthoods at 260 Elm Street in Somerville, Massachusetts and 1055 Comm Ave in Boston. Two for abortions, one for emergency contraception after being raped, and two for birth control prescriptions. Nobody wanted their parents or any of our friends to know, and we knew we could count on Planned Parenthood to do what it has always done: help us. ...

By adamg - 6/27/14 - 1:15 pm

WBUR reports from outside the Planned Parenthood clinic on Commonwealth Avenue today.

By adamg - 8/29/13 - 12:21 pm

Mike Ross says he's with the striking fast-food workers:

This morning, I stood with striking fast food workers in support of their efforts to fight for higher wages. I want to make Boston the best city in America in which to do business, but I also want to make sure that all of those businesses pay a living wage and treat their employees fairly. Strong communities are filled with people who can provide for themselves and their families.

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