The U.K. pregnancy services ad brings in a bevy of complaints, Mexico approves the morning after pill for rape victims, Crist still waits for a bill, and mandatory ultrasounds are found mostly useless.
It has been nearly a month…do you know where the Florida ultrasound bill is? Neither does Governor Crist.
Wisconsin still can’t get emergency contraception to rape victims, Florida tries to get judges to tell pregnant teenagers they should give their babies up for adoption and more stories that went under the radar.
Oklahoma’s governor vetoes an abortion restriction, Florida’s governor is still waiting for something, and a judge in Nebraska may be acting on his own set of beliefs.
Supposed the Florida governor vetoes the mandatory ultrasound bill — will it just keep returning like “Groundhog’s Day?”
From Florida to Wisconsin, a brief follow up to all of the roundup stories posted earlier this week. And a Mother’s Day mini roundup with an extra geeky treat.
Will Governor Charlie Crist veto the mandatory ultrasound bill, or is he not as Independent as he claims? Also, another flawed abortion study, and another look at what women will do when safe abortion isn’t an option.
Florida legislators pass an mandatory ultrasound bill, asking rape victims to provide proof to opt out.
Florida resumes debate on ultrasound bill, which could get vetoed by the newly made “non-Republican” Gov. Crist. Newsweek goes for “round two” over pro-choice activists.
Florida legislature is shut down until anti-choice politicians agree to take the mandatory ultrasound bill off the table.