Citing “constitutional issues,” the bill has been tabled for now.
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 two groups are challenging the country’s most restrictive so-called “fetal pain” ban yet.
As the House Judiciary Committee prepares to mark up the D.C. 20-week abortion ban, the District’s sole representative tells the GOP to stop using the women of the city as their pawns.
Will the McCormack/Hearn lawsuit open up access to abortion for everyone?
The presidential campaign has diverted from Bain for a bit to note Romney’s lack of support for women’s reproductive rights.
I know I always let the insurance folk make my medical decisions.
Is McKillip’s anti-choice advocacy coming back to haunt him?
There is a medical consensus on fetal pain, but it’s not the one Franks is pushing.