Planned Parenthood en Pittsburgh's Buffer Zone Still Being Enforced; Abortion Opponents Expect a Court Challenge <p>“We’re hoping that it will also obliterate the yellow arch that’s out in front of the building that houses Planned Parenthood.”</p><p>Helen Cindrich, executive director of People Concerned for the Unborn Child, is referring to the US Supreme Court’s decision Thursday declaring a Massachusetts law that establishes a 35-foot buffer zone around abortion clinics violates protesters’ free speech rights.</p><p>The yellow semicircle outside the Planned Parenthood facility in downtown Pittsburgh marks the 15-foot buffer zone established by a 2006 city ordinance.</p> Mon, 30 Jun 2014 07:34:00 +0000 Kevin Gavin 31697 at Limiting Reproductive Healthcare in Pennsylvania <p></p><p>Under a&nbsp; <a href="">Pennsylvania House passed bill</a>, women who want an abortion have to buy coverage separate from the affordable care act. This is one of the latest challenges for organizations like Planned Parenthood in providing access to reproductive health care. Joining us to talk about these challenges is <strong>Kim Evert</strong>, CEO of <a href="">Planned Parenthood of Western PA</a>. Thu, 25 Apr 2013 01:00:00 +0000 Heather McClain 8433 at Limiting Reproductive Healthcare in Pennsylvania