Even in Massachusetts, where 98 percent of residents have health insurance, research shows cuts to publicly-funded family planning would be devastating.
Research shows that even in Massachusetts, a state where 98 percent of residents have health insurance, cuts to publicly-funded family planning would be devastating.
Why do same people who condemn sex education in elementary schools also tend to support anti-choice displays in those same classrooms?
Following up on the Massachusetts school district in the hot seat over a policy to distribute condoms to any student that requests one, plus Sharron Angle knows God’s will, and Pennsylvania is poised to ban the shackling of incarcerated birthing women.
A new condom distribution policy in a Massachusetts town has people debating the true meaning of protection.
Massachusetts is debuting “Choose Life” license plates, and some are afraid of the “pro-choice nuts” possible retribution. Plus, a follow up on Friday’s mini-roundup.
A needed new clinic opens in Milford, MA, and a Nevada school board reconsiders its abstinence class for students. Plus – Chad Ochocinco says he’s as trusty as… a vasectomy?
By the end of March, 825 measures had been introduced in the 44 legislatures that have convened so far in 2010.
Brown’s amendment from 2005 has everything to do with rape victims, and his attitude towards these women has everything to do with the upcoming special election.
A school in Massachusetts is battling parental opposition
to their contraception policy.