The state senate has confirmed Ohio Right to Life President Michael Gonidakis.
Who thought this would be smart?
Won’t someone please, please think of the men? Can we really be sure they know what they are doing?
In the first eight days of fiscal cliff negotiations, both sides almost seem to have resigned themselves to stalemate. But a possible austerity crisis could cripple already feeble programs like the Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.
Reproductive rights advocates lost a legal battle on Friday over Ohio’s restrictions on the use of RU-486.
It’s over this year. Again. Yes, again again.
Ohio sees two major anti-choice bills die in the Senate. ACOG recommends that birth control pills be sold OTC. “Parks and Recreation” satirizes anti-choicers.
Republican Senate President Tom Niehaus tells reporters his chamber will not move on the Heartbeat Bill or Planned Parenthood funding legislation before the end of the year. Read more…
Once more, the bill has been shelved, making it the third and final time in a year.
With only three open seats for non-doctors, the board is being loaded in one direction.