Two states are moving forward on plans to make ultrasounds mandatory before abortions.
Conservatives in Michigan are at once proposing to make working-class motherhood more financially challenging while at the same time placing further restrictions on the choice of whether and when to become a mother in the first place.
Michigan and Maryland’s slew of anti-abortion bills, trends in banning insurance coverage of abortion, Arizona voting on race and sex abortion ban, Bobby Franklin says something crazy, and Sen. Feinstein introduces repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act.
A new bill that puts additional requirements on how to dispose of products of conception in Michigan has passed the senate, although it will not see a House vote this year.
An alleged discovery of identifiable fetal remains in Michigan prompts legislation to “respectfully” dispose of materials.
Not happy enough with just a regular ultrasound law, Michigan senate has now even placed restrictions on the type of machine that can be used.
The Texas A.G. has decided a phone call is no longer good enough when it comes to informed consent, and other reproductive news.
Anti-choice groups have been eager to flex their political muscle during the 2010 elections. This summer, we should be able to learn how effective that muscle really is.
Sharron Angle keeps saying crazy things, while two Senators protect your taxpayer money from having to sit next to slutty money at the insurance office.
The more summer rolls on, the closer we get to the 2010 election. So, how about a roundup of a few endorsements from across the country?