Despite concerns that the new bill is unconstitutional, anti-choice legislators are pushing ahead with a plan to curb safe abortion access for low-income women.
They aren’t always doctors, but they play them in your legislature.
Rape victims will no longer be required to “promptly report” their assaults in order to pay for an abortion with Medicaid in Alaska.
The poor women of Alaska may be in for a drastic change when it comes to using Medicaid to pay for medically necessary abortions or abortions after a sexual assault.
Even for a woman with means, in a state as large as Alaska, an abortion is nearly impossible to access. But it doesn’t have to be.
Next year will have an historic number of female senators, and that could be very good for women.
A new flyer provided at Catholic churches advises parishoners to vote against “evil.”
An Alaska state court judge ruled a 2010 parental notification did not violate teenagers privacy rights or equal protection guarantees.
The 2010 parental-notification law has been ruled constitutional, but it still may come up before the state Supreme Court.
When questioned, the Department of Health could not provide any resources supporting the constitutionality of their Medicaid coverage changes.