Last night Rachel Maddow called out a new TV ad that claims that "government control of health care could have meant that 300,000 American women with breast cancer might have died."
The intentional blurring of the lines in the debate over abortion in health care reform now includes a misinformation campaign by the GOP House leadership.
The summer break will give healthcare reform’s opponents more time to spread fear, uncertainty, and doubt. Disinformation is already running wild.
Since “Save America’s Insurance Companies” is hardly a winning rallying cry, conservative groups are calling on their reliable foe/political friend, abortion.
As various health reform bills move through House and Senate committee, coverage of reproductive health care, including but not limited to abortion care, hangs by a thread, and the drumbeat from the far right against coverage of primary reproductive health care has been growing louder. Last week, White House Advisor Tina Tchen told women’s advocates from across the country, that it will be up to the grassroots to win the campaign to cover reproductive health care.
I’m too old to get the HPV vaccine. Is it worth shelling out $600 for? And is it really fair that I’m considered "too old" in the first place?
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Lila Rose’s Live Action Films uses police quality undercover equipment to record a loosely scripted conversation in which Rose and her cohorts bait Planned Parenthood employees into violating the organization’s policies. Welcome to twenty-first century stealth pro-life activism.
Across the country, focus groups reveal that many Americans are ill-informed about HIV and AIDS, but want to know more.
In her reader diary, Marcia Greenberger writes, “In honor of National Women’s Health Week, the Department of Health and
Human Services issued a new report explaining why the current health care system does not work for women.”