Activists are hoping to get their “Choose Life” license plates ready for state bumpers by 2013.
The attempts to pass the restriction has failed the legislature, but now the lawmakers are attempting an emergency petition.
The administrative review process these bodies undertake serves as important a role as the courts in providing individuals a means to enforce their rights and their decisions often carry the full weight and effect of the law. That is exactly why anti-choice advocates are trying to game the system here.
An Iowa reporter tries takes the next logical jump, but the candidate doesn’t rise to the bait.
Rather than have a fight now over whether a priest’s anti-choice views should be considered when he’s being appointed to a state board dealing with medical issues, the debate will be held off until 2013.
An attempt to ban Medicaid coverage for any and all abortions – even in the case of rape and incest — nearly derails the state’s final budget.
In what can only be described as a “F-you!” moment, Governor Terry Brandstad replaces a nominee who was rejected over being too anti-abortion with a Catholic priest.
Anti-choice legislation in Iowa may not be making it through the legislature, but it’s making good fundraising fodder.
The Iowa Senate rejects an appointee to the Iowa Board of Medicine over Operation Rescue ties that she denies she has.
Iowa woman takes on Rep. Steve King.