Kelcie Moseley-Morris

Kelcie Moseley-Morris

Kelcie Moseley-Morris is an award-winning journalist who has covered many topics across Idaho since 2011. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Idaho and a master’s degree in public administration from Boise State University. Moseley-Morris started her journalism career at the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, followed by the Lewiston Tribune and the Idaho Press.

After an abortion for fetal anomalies, she hoped IVF would build her family. Now that’s in doubt.

By: - June 24, 2024

Editor’s note: This is the fifth installment of an occasional States Newsroom series called When and Where: Abortion Access in America, profiling individuals who have needed abortion care in the U.S. before and after Dobbs. The first installment can be found here, the second installment is here, the third is here, and the fourth ishere. […]

Anti-abortion groups say Supreme Court’s mifepristone ruling won’t deter them

By: and - June 17, 2024

An attorney for the plaintiffs said the ruling was disappointing, but that they will continue to “advocate for women’s health.”

Supreme Court justices appear split over whether to protect abortion care during emergencies

By: - April 24, 2024

U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar said women in Idaho are not getting the treatment they need because of the state's law restricting abortion.

Fear and confusion over abortion access persists as SCOTUS takes its first post-Dobbs case

By: and - December 14, 2023

Experts have said that a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the use of mifepristone, a key abortion medication, could have implications for drug approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Legislators in 49 states ask SCOTUS to preserve access to abortion pill

By: - October 15, 2023

Every state, with the exception of Mississippi, had Democratic legislators who signed their names to the brief.

Operation Save America anti-abortion event offers mixed messages of calls to violence

By: - July 22, 2023

Friday's event came 35 years after the contentious three-month “Siege of Atlanta” anti-abortion protests that saw hundreds arrested for interrupting clinical operations around the city.

Study shows sharp increases in maternal deaths over two decades

By: - July 3, 2023

Maternal deaths more than doubled in some states between 1999 and 2019, with sharp increases for some racial and ethnic groups, study finds.

Appeals court judges embrace anti-abortion speculation

By: and - May 18, 2023

The judges who heard arguments in the abortion pill case Wednesday appeared to be persuaded by evidence that consists largely of anecdotes, speculation, and cherry-picked studies brought by a handful of anti-abortion medical groups and doctors.

Post-Roe abortion bans force pregnant people with life-threatening complications to travel

By: - May 9, 2023

Patchwork laws create reproductive health care deserts, forcing pregnant people to travel at great financial and often emotional costs.

Ending a pregnancy in 14 states leaves few options. Some are looking to Europe and India for help.

By: - March 21, 2023

Abortion pills from places as far as India are one of the only options left for those seeking abortions in one of the 14 states with criminal penalties for health care providers who perform the procedure.

Idaho Legislature’s attorneys file appeal over right to intervene in federal abortion case

By: - March 15, 2023

The U.S. Department of Justice argues the state’s near-total ban on abortions violates federal law.

Idaho college censors portions of art exhibit for discussing abortion

By: - March 8, 2023

The ACLU expressed concerned about the application of an anti-abortion law to works of art that are merely discussing abortion.