CNN — Planned Parenthood and ACLU sue Missouri over 8-week abortion ban
Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and Paul, Weiss — the law firm that argued in support of legalizing same-sex marriage in a landmark Supreme Court case — filed the case in federal court in Missouri against Republican Gov. Mike Parson and other state officials on Tuesday evening.

Associated Press — US plan to allow prescription drugs from Canada
The Trump administration says it will set up a system allowing Americans to legally access lower-cost prescription drugs from Canada.

The New York Times — Living near oil and gas wells tied to heart defects in babies
Researchers writing in Environment International reported on 3,324 infants born in Colorado from 2005 to 2011, comparing 536 babies with heart defects to 2,860 controls matched for sex, maternal smoking, race and ethnicity.

Modern Healthcare — Some hospitals are already offering price estimates
Some hospitals and health systems are already offering patients estimates of their out-of-pocket costs, often providing individualized cost projections while masking these negotiated rates.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution — Abortions in Georgia decline by nearly 20% in past 25 years
While Georgia’s population has ballooned in recent decades, the number of abortions dropped more than 18% in 23 years, according to state records, much of it due to increased access to birth control, experts say.