As anti-choice advocates, supporters and politicians gathered, where was the presidential candidate?
I wonder what took so long? Fischer touted her “100% pro-life” record and desire to “repeal Obamacare” in her introductory television ad.
Anti-choice political groups begin lining up in an effort to support the candidate who could flip the senate majority.
GASP! Pregnant women might actually have children BEFORE they make it to D.C.!
Chris Smith will remove the word “forcible” from his bad anti-abortion bill, NRTL says Medicaid doesn’t pay for the abortions of unbattered rape victims anyway, will contraceptives become free preventative medicine, don’t try to read RH Reality Check on a ferry in Canada, and the Senate does not repeal the health care law.
John Boehner has a sit-down with Randall Terry. ‘Nuff said?
The so-called “personhood” movement promoting constitutional rights for fertilized eggs got a fresh shot in the arm in recent days with ballot initiatives gearing up in Florida and renewing efforts in Colorado and Montana. And a host of familiar nationally-known and emerging local activists from hard line anti-abortion groups are leading the new charge to ban abortion, contraception, and other comprehensive reproductive health care.
When it comes to the abortion conflict in the U.S. a fascinating new consensus is emerging: the need for common ground. And while the common ground movement has yet to formalize there are signs of its potency, to be sure.
Republicans convened on an Iowa stage today for the first Iowa presidential debate. Did Mitt Romney really say he’d cut this administration’s ineffective teen pregnancy prevention programs?