Next year will have an historic number of female senators, and that could be very good for women.
Catholic bishops continue to try and exert their will on religious voters.
The group wouldn’t say what other states it was targetting, but they aren’t just in Kansas anymore.
A variety of polls show a race that is still all over the map.
The newest wave of the anti-choice sidewalk harassment campaign is about to begin. This year, Red River Women’s Clinic is ready.
Congressman Rick Berg hasn’t seen abortion become much of an issue in his campaign, primarily because he believes North Dakota voters are on his side.
The Susan B. Anthony List has unleashed another round of endorsements, and once more they are showing their colors as a party interest group, not a women’s organization.
With the rejection of the “Personhood Amendment” in Mississippi and the rejection of Measure 3 in North Dakota, we see proof that Americans have a profound respect for religious freedom as the founders intended it.
Last night, the voters of North Dakota decisively defeated a ballot initiative that one news outlet called an “ecclesiastical mugging.” By a margin of 64 percent to 36 percent, voters said “no” to an effort to impose religious doctrine on health care, social policy, and law in the state.
Their signs scared school children and made the news, but who are the people behind this week’s assault on North Dakota’s only clinic, and how did Red River Women’s Clinic keep clients safe?