Missouri Rep. Todd Akin wants tells KCMO’s Greg Knapp he wants to ban morning-after pill “totally, for everyone.” August 8, 2012. He apparently doesn’t understand exactly what it does, though.
The Republican challenging Sen. McCaskill doesn’t understand the difference between contraception and abortion, but he still knows abortion is always wrong.
Last night a few new national races were solidified after primaries in Missouri, Michigan and Washington.
Despite her star powered Sarah Palin support and her radical following, Steelman did not make it through the primary.
Missouri’s Democratic governor has until the 14th to veto the state’s version of the Blunt Amendment, and so far he’s been entirely too quiet.
Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Steelman’s new ad is… a little odd, to say the least.
The clinic says a lack of abortion providers will force it to stop offering terminations.
The senate may not have been able to pass a bill allowing employers to decide what health insurance can or can’t cover, but the Missouri legislature may do it themselves.
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.