The race to replace Democratic Congresswomen Gabrielle Giffords may act as much as a bellweather of the 2012 election as the Wisconsin recall did — for better or for worse.
There is a lot of confusion about 20-week abortion bans, and for good reason. Not only do they pick arbitrary dates based on medically-disproven claims of “fetal pain,” at least one is so mixed up it shows that “fetal pain” is not even the basis of the ban.
Among the new restrictions appearing in anti-choice bills nationwide, it is the medical malpractice liability shields that have the potential to alter, perhaps permanently, women’s relationship with the civil justice system and their status as patients.
Smuggled into an already-odious bill banning abortions at 20 weeks in Arizona is a provision requiring that “pregnancy” be counted from the first day of a woman’s menstrual period, making “pregnancy” begin legally two weeks before conception.
Last night I had a nightmare and awoke to a realization. The time has come for us to band together to chase the monsters from our nation’s bedrooms for once and for all.
One doctor breaks down the myth of “fetal pain” in easy-to-understand terms.
If McCain wants to decry GOP efforts attacking women, maybe he should check his home state first.
The state legislature argues that if teachers even mention abortion, that is supporting it with taxpayer dollars.
You know that fight over birth control coverage in your insurance plan? It’s the least of your worries, if you live in Arizona. A bill would allow employers to interrogate their female employees about their sexual practices and fire them for using contraception.
Much like a similar law passed in Oklahoma, the Arizona version would completely destroy any faith in the doctor-patient relationship.