If state judicial elections continue to be a big-money game, reproductive health and social justice could lose big.
An anti-choice Super-PAC may now have to disclose its donors thanks to the Supreme Court.
As women’s rights and pro-choice activists continue to sharply criticize the ongoing attempts to grant personhood rights to eggs, it is important to examine what “personhood” actually means, what fetal personhood laws would mean for our movement, and how personhood activists are getting it all wrong.
The explosion of anti-choice legislation coincides with a flood of unaccountable money in our electoral system, and Republicans are fighting hard to keep it that way.
An attempt to curb the influence of the Citizens United decision has been thwarted by a 5-4 rulling of the Supreme Court.
The pro-corporate personhood movement and the anti-woman, anti-choice movement share the same attorney: conservative campaign-finance crusader and abortion-rights foe James Bopp Jr., the legal architect behind Citizens United.
Mike Huckabee cannot resist the presidential stage even though he chose not to run this year to maintain his FOX News contract. Next month he brings an anti-choice propaganda documentary to 2012 election central.