Same-sex marriages won’t be allowed in California during Prop 8 appeal, international transgender news, trade schools cannot discriminate against applicants with HIV or AIDS, and Virginia pro-choice groups ask for new regulations to be applied to all outpatient surgery centers, not just abortion clinics.
Clinic violence and harassment has been increasing, and two men are charged this weekend in separate cases.
Tennessee wants to ban any mention of homosexuality in grade school, Iowa may be legalizing the murder of abortion providers, and Planned Parenthood clinics – and their advocates – across the country warn about the devastating impact of the Pence amendment.
Thanks to massive spending from out-of-state “family” groups, three judges in Iowa are ousted for their decision on gay marriage in the state. Plus, a sex ed jamboree!
Carly Fiorina has made clear she is anti-choice, and takes positions that would outlaw contraception as well as put women’s lives in immediate danger. Now she is lying about Boxer’s position.
Jerry Brown now has a lead in the California Governor’s race, but how solid is it, and how does Prop 8 play into the campaign?
In California’s prisons, pregnant Black women, brown women, and Asian-Pacific Islander women are chained together in a barbaric throwback to another time. But it’s here and now.
Seems like many states will do anything to save a few dollars, even if it costs them down the road. And the easiest target is always the low-income woman.
Judge Vaughn Walker, the man behind the overturning of California’s Proposition 8, which would have outlawed same-sex marriage, is giving supporters of the proposition one more week to seek a permanent stay. If not, same sex couples are free to marry in California as soon as August 18th.
A California judge states that a gay marriage ban “enshrine[s] in the California constitution the notion that opposite sex couples are superior to same sex couples.”