In addition to imposing unnecessary and damaging limits and requirements on women’s medical care, do anti-abortion laws contribute to a social climate in which it is acceptable to terrorize me, my colleagues, and our patients?
Voters will decide in November whether to create parental consent requirements for teens seeking an abortion.
A rare bipartisan effort underway in the Senate—to ratify a United Nations treaty on disability rights—has become the latest target of politicians who would like to undermine a woman’s ability to make personal health care decisions.
Although the Wisconsin senate race was the big draw, there are more winners and losers to look at from yesterday’s primary.
I’m sure the Susan B. Anthony List can find him a job somewhere.
It used to be that not allowing rape and incest exceptions was extreme. But new anti-choice candidate are now demanding bans on abortion to protect the life of the mother.
Rachel Maddow calls out Mitt Romney for vague stance on abortion in cases of rape and incest, as the Republican Party’s attitude towards victims changed dramatically just over the last few years.
Gov. Rick Scott claims that the costs of Obamacare will hurt Florida and how he is working to stop it.
It’s time to set aside politics and recommit ourselves – as a city, a state and a nation – to family planning and sexual health. As recently as the 1980s, these were civic ideals that united us. If the global community can revive them in 2012, so can we.
A federal judge today dismissed the lawsuit filed by seven states attorneys general seeking to block the birth control mandate, the requirement under health reform that all insurance policies provide contraception without a co-pay.