The state passed numerous anti-choice bills last session, and it seems to have passed even more this time.
Nothing like a little “pro-life” slant in your media coverage.
Thank goodness the Florida “siege” is almost over.
Governor Rick Scott signed two new pieces of abortion legislation late Friday evening.
The fight between two representatives in the Florida house is the epitome of how the anti-choice faction picks a target and turns it into a movement.
Hopefully Florida’s budget deficit isn’t too large — it looks like there will be a lot of litigation to pay for.
Florida and Texas both have mandatory ultrasound bills for their anti-choice governors to sign.
Could a miniature ultrasound machine that sends images via cellphone improve maternal health outcomes? Also, Nevada passes anti-discrimination bills and Florida passes slate of anti-abortion bills.
The Florida represenative has tried, unsuccessfully, to curb Republicans’ desire to overregulate all things reproductive.
Oklahoma and Texas want to restrict use of medical abortion despite recommendations from medical groups; Florida votes on pile of anti-abortion bills today; MariaTalks.com controversy continues in Massachusetts; and Texas tries to repeal transgender marriage.