Caught on tape, the Minnesota Congressman says what everyone all pretty much knew already.
According to the Minnesota anti-choice group, Peterson’s vote for the Affordable Care Act means he’s no longer eligible for their support.
Women’s private and public spheres converged in the bathroom of a bar in Mankato, MN with the recent installation of a pregnancy test vending machine.
Could the lightning rod Minnesota conservative really be in danger of losing her seat?
The longshot candidate makes it clear where he would stand on abortion if elected.
A surprisingly brutal Democratic primary is finished in the Minnesota 8th. Were allegations on abortion a turning point?
Although the Wisconsin senate race was the big draw, there are more winners and losers to look at from yesterday’s primary.
It appears that Ritchie’s new ballot title language has some gay marriage opponents looking for retribution.
A lawyer from the Center for Reproductive Rights fills us in on what’s going on with the last clinic in Mississippi. A new HIV prevention drug has limited uses and pregnancy testing in bars is a really bad idea.
In the first half of 2012, states enacted 95 new provisions related to reproductive health and rights. As was the case in 2011, issues related to abortion, family planning funding and sex education once again were significant flashpoints in many legislatures .