The New Republic has a fascinating article about the man who may change the course of a woman’s right to choose.
If you can’t pass a bill yourself, there’s always something else you can tag it on to.
The presidential campaign has diverted from Bain for a bit to note Romney’s lack of support for women’s reproductive rights.
The latest “correction” on the D.C. abortion ban looks like it came straight out of the anti-choice handbook — because it probably did.
The recent pattern of fires at clinics that perform abortions, as well as prior clinic break-ins lead police to investigating the possibility of a larger pattern of anti-abortion violence.
Activists ask “D.C.’s New Mayor” Trent Franks to assist on more city issues.
Don’t trust the Journal of the American Medical Association or the Royal College of Obstetritians and Gyneacologists! Trust the Pro-Life Action League!
The same Governor who signed the “fetal pain” bill will be using the same pen to veto the legislation reversing the policy whose effects will hurt wanted, pain capable infants. The mothers of these wanted infants will experience their baby’s deaths prior to their first birthdays, as American infants residing on American soil.
How can anti-abortion activists say women shouldn’t “rush into abortions” when they create laws making them do just that?
Thank goodness the Republican legislators found a compromise in restricting women’s rights that they could all feel comfortable with.