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?
Ultra-conservative religious activists have suffered another set back in their quest to legally define a fertilized egg as a person.
What happens when a clinic is reborn with the help of a Catholic University? In the case of Casa de Salud, the hope is more for reincarnation than for resurrection.
There was a flurry of productivity in the last days of the Missouri legislative session. Sadly, all it produced was many more abortion restrictions.
Missouri State House passed the Abortion Restriction Bill, making receiving an abortion in the state a more onerous procedure.
From Florida to Wisconsin, a brief follow up to all of the roundup stories posted earlier this week. And a Mother’s Day mini roundup with an extra geeky treat.
It was anti-woman day in the Missouri House, as pharmacists earned the right to refuse birth control and more “informed” consent rules pass.
“Personhood” fails to receive enough signatures to make it onto the ballot in Missouri.
By the end of March, 825 measures had been introduced in the 44 legislatures that have convened so far in 2010.
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.