After an attempt to spread the story of one woman’s brush with the new law, a reporter is now in the unemployment line.
A bill that looked like a sure thing once it passed the Senate may now not even get a hearing in the House.
Swindell’s ultrasound theater performance got a standing ovation — from those who support the bill.
Oh, Chuck Winder, you need to stop trying to talk about medical procedures…
It’s a strange sensation to start something as a joke, expecting that only your friends on Facebook will see it, and then all of a sudden to see it all over the internet. That’s what happened with my decision to report on my menstrual cycle to all of the Virginia legislators (not just the Republicans, contrary to popular news sources) who voted “yes” on HB462, the “mandatory ultrasound” bill.
Pro-choice groups took to the capital to protest a proposal to force all women to undergo ultrasounds before an abortion.
Obviously, there’s a memo going out telling lawmakers to not say the “u” word.
This morning women headed to Montgomery, Alabama to protest the forced ultrasound bill making it’s way through the statehouse. Although the bill’s sponsor, Senator Clay Scofield is reportedly backing off the bill that would require trans-vaginal ultrasound prior to a legal abortion, a rally against SB12 is on for today.