More anti-choice sneak attacks in the New Hampshire legislature, as House members tack unpopular bills onto popular legislation.
The New Hampshire House has been very busy restricting abortion this week.
If religious employers are allowed to refuse to cover birth control, the group has gathered some asprin to help out.
Afraid of being left behind, the New Hampshire legislature just proposed pretty much every restriction they could think of.
The anti-choice group is demanding to know why a federal grant for family planning went to Planned Parenthood, rather than…hospitals?
Nothing like making anti-Planned Parenthood protesters walk in front of a pro-Planned Parenthood protest first.
After telling women “if they want to have fun they should pay for it themselves,” the executive council may reconsider denying funds for birth control.
A vote by New Hampshire officials not to renew with Planned Parenthood has left thousands of women without no access to birth control and other primary reproductive health care. And as the statement of one councilor reveals, the real agenda is not (just) about abortion services, but to punish women for sex
The House voted to override in a 266-102 vote.
If the family planning infrastructure of our nation is obliterated by the current strains of extremism, we’ll see not only more unintended pregnancies and abortions, but also a big rise in STDs.