We can all agree that forcing women to undergo abortions or sterilizations is wrong — but so is forcing women to gestate and give birth to children they don’t want. It’s time we considered both sides of reproductive coercion.
Speaker of the House Mike Flood will run to replace the current governor of Nebraska.
On election night, it was steak and cable news stations for the “family values” groups.
Next year will have an historic number of female senators, and that could be very good for women.
Both sides focus on key campaigns as get out the vote efforts increase.
Remember that bill that would require women who wanted an abortion to be screened for mental health issues? That’s finally blocked for good.
The Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of a group that tried to intervene and defend an anti-abortion law the state had given up on.
Some things never change. At least not in the alternative universe that is the American Life League.
While most of the attendees embrace a no exceptions abortion plank, some Republicans find themselves left out in the cold.
Real religious freedom gives everyone the right to make personal decisions – including whether and when to use birth control – based on our own beliefs. It doesn’t give one group the right to impose its beliefs on others by denying employees access to critical health services.