The Florida legislature met to do a massive override of bills Governor Crist vetoed last session, but the mandatory ultrasound bill was not one of them.
Rape and abortion have become a critical talking point in a Florida state senate race, but it’s not the usual “rape victims should not be allowed access to abortion” argument we’ve been seeing over and over again this cycle.
Glimpses at 2010 election races at the national and state level. Today: Whitman invests record amounts of money but still trails Brown; Alan Grayson battling in Florida against ultra-right conservatives funded by ultra-right billionaires.
Crist complains Meeks is misrepresenting him on choice, Rossi needs to appeal to anti-choice voters, and one Delaware House candidate rails against abortion after rape or incest.
A roundup of sex ed news as students across the country head back into the classroom.
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.
Republican candidate Rick Scott talks on the stump about his “pro-life” victory, but the family involved has a different story.
More state restrictions on abortion from insurance crack-downs to mandating new equipment, and a whole lot of governor talk.
Florida Governor Charlie Crist vetoes mandatory ultrasounds before obtaining an abortion.
Crist receives the mandatory ultrasound bill, says he will use his 15 days to make a decision about the a veto.