Nebraska shoots down prenatal care, South Carolina pushes a 24 hour waiting period, and other state news.
So much noise over Stupak may have drowned out the anti-choice legislation that passed in multiple states already this week.
Nebraska thinks women who get abortions are CRAZY and other state news. Plus a mini roundup of “I told you so!”
Much like a marathon, this roundup covers 20% of the states in the country, then rewards you with a giant pea suit. Ok, not so much like a marathon…
Nebraska’s Abortion Pain Prevention Act recently received a public hearing, with four hours of testimony by lawyers, doctors and advocates both for and against the proposed bill.
It’s a race to see who can get in front of the Supreme Court first. Plus, parallel realities in the mini roundup.
Nebraska considers a ban on abortions “after the fetus feels pain” based on assumptions that rely on ideology and political calculation, not science.
In the name of informed consent, more states are hopping on the ultrasound bandwagon.
In Nebraska older children abandoned under law for babies; Palin and Biden agree on gay rights at debate; McCain administration would be a setback for women; Bush puts popular California family planning program at risk; Complaints filed against Bloomberg for pregnancy bias; EU to offer 18 weeks of maternity leave; and more.