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.
A federal judge today dismissed the lawsuit filed by seven states attorneys general seeking to block the birth control mandate, the requirement under health reform that all insurance policies provide contraception without a co-pay.
Tucked in the latest Homeland Security bill is a rider saying undocumented female immigrants in custody cannot get abortions.
I wonder what took so long? Fischer touted her “100% pro-life” record and desire to “repeal Obamacare” in her introductory television ad.
Anti-choice political groups begin lining up in an effort to support the candidate who could flip the senate majority.
The Nebraska Legislature has been embroiled in a conservative controversy. The issue at hand has been pre-natal care for immigrant women. The angels and devils sitting on the shoulders and whispering in the ears of the GOP caucus in that state have been tugging their politicians back and forth over the issue, while Nebraskans have waited to see whether hatred for “illegals” would prove more powerful than “saving babies.”
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.