A bill allowing pregnant women to enroll in health insurance through the New York state exchange passed both houses of the state legislature last week and is now headed to Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk.
In the wake of the recent announcement that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is creating an entirely new party devoted to “women’s equality,” some women’s rights supporters have wondered if the move is truly evidence of his dedication to their cause.
This resolution epitomizes the kind of bold, forward-thinking action that cities and municipalities across the country can and do take to meet the real needs of women and families.
The former president is accused of using a quarter of a million dollars in group funds on personal expenses.
Like Maryland and Austin, New York City will also try passing a city ordinance saying crisis pregnancy centers must advertise they do not provide or refer for abortions.
Did you know that New Year’s is the biggest night of the year for birth control accidents?
Bill O’Reilly is a notoriously imposing figure; his brash manner and
inability to let his guests respond to obscene questioning must make
the prospect of visiting his show terrifying.
North Dakota’s House Bill 1371 requires doctors to show an ultrasound to a pregnant
woman before she is allowed to go through with the procedure.
Infantilizing towards the woman? Sure. Assuming that a woman doesn’t
have long conversations and ambivalent thoughts about making this hard
decision? This is nothing new.