A protracted legal battle over regulating medication abortions in the state is one step closer to resolution.
Anti-choice politicians in Wisconsin are gathering sponsors for “Sonya’s Law,” an anti-choice bill named after a woman who chose to continue a pregnancy after receiving an ultrasound.
Ralph Lang’s lawyer, Eric Schulenberg, reportedly plans to ask what “constituted an actual attempt to kill someone.” During jury selection, Schulenberg drew an apparent parallel between the clinic plot and attempts to hunt wildlife.
Anti-choice lawmakers in Wisconsin, nearly done tussling over the yearly budget, are now turning their attention back to reproductive rights restrictions.
State Rep. Jacque must be preparing to win the “most anti-woman” award in the Wisconsin legislature this session.
By all accounts, the women’s rights advocates who fought to reauthorize VAWA never made EC a priority.
Rep. Sean Duffy “probably agrees” with mandatory transvaginal ultrasound legislation. But he doesn’t really know because, he says, “I haven’t had one.” Well, I have. I’ve had several, in fact. So, Rep. Duffy, pull up a chair and let me explain how a transvaginal ultrasound works, and how it feels.
As a result of anti-choice policies and budget cuts, four clinics providing health care to low income and rural Wisconsin patients will close.
Low cost loans, tax credits for pregnancy centers? Anti-choice activists are going far beyond license plates now.
I assume “Woman’s Right to Know Her Unborn Child Before She Murders Him or Her and Is Haunted for the Rest of Her Life Act” was too long?