The FBI believes it has tracked down the person responsible for sending threatening letters to Michigan Congressman Bart Stupak.
Healthcare reform is leading to an increase in the number low-income women who will struggle to get abortions. Luckily, in Minnesota we have already fixed that problem.
South Carolina spends $73,000 trying to pass new abortion restrictions that would effect a small handful of potential pregnancies, then cuts the health insurance program for children.
When the smoke cleared from health reform, we found out that a quarter of a billion dollars had been inserted into the bill ostensibly as a “sweetner” for conservatives.
Insurance giant Wellpoint responded to charges levied last week by a Reuters article that the insurance giant was discriminating against breast cancer patients.
Insurance company WellPoint draws fire for targeting breast cancer patients to drop their coverage, but can anyone stop them?
We wanted reform. Instead, we got a loophole that may take away abortion coverage all together as states move to ban insurance coverage of abortion care.
A bill passed in Missouri shows how ill-informed lawmakers are about state law, how little respect they have for women, and how little they actually know about real women’s lives.
The big news today is the two announced retirees, Bart Stupak and Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens.
A look at the “religious convictions” argument, and a “no birthcontrol” pharmacy goes bankrupt.