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Half of Michigan Residents Oppose Abortion Rider Effort

An effort spearheaded by Right to Life of Michigan would require everyone in the state who wants insurance coverage of abortion care to purchase a separate rider. The initiative is proving unpopular with many state residents.

An effort spearheaded by Right to Life of Michigan would require everyone in the state who wants insurance coverage of abortion care to purchase a separate rider. The initiative is proving unpopular with many state residents.

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Wisconsin Plays Catch Up With Abortion Restrictions and CPC Funding

AB 252 would require fetal remains to be handled through "burial, interment, entombment, cremation, incineration, or delivery to a medical or dental school anatomy department as an anatomical gift." But the bill's sponsor says telling patients about this process would place an "undue burden" on them.

Anti-choice lawmakers in Wisconsin, nearly done tussling over the yearly budget, are now turning their attention back to reproductive rights restrictions.

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North Carolina Bill Will No Longer Let Employers Veto Contraception Coverage, Bans Abortion Coverage Instead

Those who are fighting for the right to affordable birth control shouldn’t leave me—or other individuals who use birth control to prevent unplanned pregnancies—out of the discussion.

The good news is that an employer can’t restrict an employee’s birth control coverage. But they can limit access to coverage for abortion.

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So How Much Time Should Ed Henry Serve For “Coercion?”

Rep. Ed Henry. [img src]

A lawmaker intent on eliminating abortion rights tells about regret over his involvement in a girlfriend’s abortion.  But does he want to serve time?

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Georgia Senate Passes Abortion Ban In State Insurance Plan to “Make a Statement”

The 8 Democratic women in Senate walk out. [screenshot src]

The bill’s sponsor says it won’t stop any abortions, but pushed the legislation anyway.

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Budget Showdown Casualties: D.C. Women as Bargaining Chips

How D.C.’s women were sacrificed and the implications for future policy.

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