Just in under the bell, any employer in Missouri can refuse to cover brth control on the company health insurance plan.
A new House bill will protect local crisis pregnancy centers from “interference” from local government agencies.
What does it take to find a female candidate the SBA List will be willing to endorse? It turns out it helps if she knows little about policies affecting women.
The landscape for abortion access is shifting quickly, as state after state passes restrictive laws. Particularly affected by these new laws are women who need abortions later in their pregnancies.
What do you get when you cross legislation on who can provide an exam before administering RU-486 with new rules on admitting privileges and other standards for doctors who provide abortions? SuperTRAP.
The current backlash against women is falling under the creative new smokescreen of “religious liberty.” Religious arguments against contraception have been used for 50 years, but women, public health officials, and legislators generally favored common sense and personal religious freedeom over ideology from an earlier century. In this election year, however, common sense seems a distant memory.
In Illinois, they run reproductive rights bills through the agriculture committee. In Missouri, they call male lawmakers experts because they are the sons of veterinarians.