Without a doubt, those marching against women’s rights this year will be as giddy with success as they are fanatical about their agenda. If they owned up to the program they are really pushing, that they are marching for “Forced Motherhood and Female Enslavement,” would that be enough to drive you out in the streets to protest? Stand up for access to abortion and birth control at the Supreme Court in Washington, DC this Monday!
The March for Life; Florida introduces a bill to bar private insurance coverage of abortion; more good news on Medicaid coverage for family planning; and get yourself a pap test!
Operation Rescue plans for a pre-March for Life harassment of Dr. Carhart, the abortion rate rises slightly, New Zealand McDonalds lifts Wi-Fi ban on gay websites, midwives may soon see increased reimbursements.
Chris Smith is obsessed with abortion, and with thwarting women’s rights. Smith, whose top campaign contributor is Right to Life’s PAC, has made it his mission to make both contraception and safe abortion inaccessible here and abroad.
Following the overwhelming defeat of Colorado’s personhood initiative, Denver’s annual March for Life underscored the sense of how lost the local anti-abortion movement seems.
President Obama is still going to repeal the global gag rule, right?; More on Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand’s record; anti-choice members of Congress speak on Roe anniversary; “thousands” gather at March for Life; abortion can be a moral choice; anti-choice movement down but not out.
Celebrating the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade; it’s Blog for Choice Day!; March for Life features women regretting their abortions; Caroline Kennedy withdraws her Senate candidacy; provider conscience regulation not suspended by the White House; political landscape around abortion reshaped; early priorities for reproductive health groups.
Roe v. Wade’s 36th anniversary will be marked by a thoughtful discussion on RH Reality Check, a March for Life in Washington DC post-inauguration and, yes, a “Personhood Conference.”
Perhaps the most contentious political issue in the Minnesota Capitol remains abortion. And both proponents and opponents of a woman’s right to choose will be putting forward initiatives to advance their causes in the coming months.