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What’s Next in the Marriage Equality Fight? The States, Then SCOTUS Once More

A month since the Defense of Marriage Act was struck down, the limits of the decision are already being tested in federal courts across the country.

A month since the Defense of Marriage Act was struck down, the limits of the decision are already being tested in federal courts across the country.

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Ohio Diverts TANF Dollars to CPCs, Revealing Connection Between Reproductive, Economic Justice

Among the bills recently introduced are HB 1132 and SB 638, which would raise the cap on total tax credits for contributions to all CPCs in the state from $2 million to $2.5 million.

In an economy rife with low-wage jobs and long-term unemployment for women, the need for reproductive freedom is even more critical. Yet, Ohio’s budget achieves exactly the opposite, as if to mock the state’s women.

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Anti-Choice Advocates Disingenuously Claim Ohio Clinic Represents ‘Other Gosnell’

Ohio Right to Life President Mike Gonidakis.

Anti-choice campaigners have attempted to tar all abortion providers with the crimes of Dr. Kermit Gosnell. But a close reading of a state inspection report on a Cuyahoga Falls clinic shows that the problems identified there—while serious—were of a different order of magnitude to anything found at Gosnell’s clinic.

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How The New Ohio Budget Affects Your Vagina

Satire: “Governor John Kasich” helps the women of Ohio understand the exciting new abortion amendments that he just signed into law as part of the state’s budget.

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The Many, Many States Attacking Abortion Rights

On this episode of Reality Cast, I’ll be covering all the other states besides Texas that are dialing up the restrictions on abortion. Well, and Texas, just not as much. A policy analyst from Guttmacher will be on to help!

 

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GOP Sneak Tactic Gives Ohio New Anti-Abortion Laws in Budget

State Rep. Connie Pillich talks with Rachel Maddow about Ohio Republicans, with the help of Gov. Kasich, sneaking the most restrictive new abortion measures in the country into the state budget bill to avoid Texas-style public backlash over amendments they knew wouldn’t survive public scrutiny.

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Ohio Enacted Some of the Nation’s Toughest Abortion Restrictions—What Now?

The legislature has pushed through a number of restrictions with little to no debate. So what's next for those in need in Ohio?

Although disappointed, reproductive rights groups are already looking ahead as they try to come to terms with this new landscape.

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#Veto4Women Stephanie Kight & Jodi Jacobson Talk Ground Game in Ohio

RH Reality Check Editor-in-Chief Jodi Jacobson hosts We Act Radio’s GOP War on Women series. In this section, she interviews Stephanie Kight, the CEO of Planned Parenthood Ohio, on the five radical anti-choice amendments that were added to the Ohio budget, and which subsequently passed.

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Superwoman vs. Kasich: Whose Side Are You On? Editor-in-Chief Jodi Jacobson With Senator Nina Turner on We Act Radio

RH Reality Check Editor-in-Chief Jodi Jacobson interviews Sen. Nina Turner on We Act Radio about what’s going on in Ohio, with the new radically anti-choice amendments added to the 2014 budget.

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Ohio Governor Signs 2014 Budget With 5 Radical Amendments

The governor had little problem using his veto pen on the state budget, but wouldn't cross of any one of 5 anti-women, anti-health amendments.

The governor had little problem using his veto pen on the state budget, but wouldn’t cross of any one of five anti-women, anti-health amendments.

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