Conservatives in Michigan are at once proposing to make working-class motherhood more financially challenging while at the same time placing further restrictions on the choice of whether and when to become a mother in the first place.
Young adults ages 18 to 29 have long been disproportionately uninsured–and for longer period of time–when compared to those in other age groups. Health reform is helping change that.
The WHO lists 30 essential drugs for maternal and child health, Montanans don’t want to ban abortion, Princeton Theological Seminarians upset by distribution of racist flyers, and health care reform turns one!
Reproductive health advocates must fend off repeated attacks on health reform, work on implementation and fix the flaws.
Florida may not win the “most restrictive” anti-abortion legislation prize, but they should at least get a runner up award as one of the most prolific.
The three Republican senators are signalling that they will not vote to eliminate Title X funding.