As a result of the twelve nurses who refuse to provide any sort of service to patients obtaining abortions, the medical center will need to hire additional staff.
By drastically cutting family planning funds, there are now less options in the state than ever before.
A bill to ensure that sexual assault survivors don’t get billed for the kits used to collect forensic evidence overwhelmingly passed the state legislature, but Governor Chris Christie seems slow to sign it.
The administration sends a letter asking for New Hampshire to bring back Planned Parenthood funding for the state.
Remember that rally for women’s health in Foley Square where thousands turned out to hear Congressman Anthony Weiner, Kathleen Hanna, Jasmine Burnett, Cecile Richards, and countless other champions for reproductive rights? Well, a lot has changed since then, and I’m not talking about Weinergate.
The New Jersey senate has passed a bill to bring back over $7 million in family planning funding. Are they going to get a third veto?
Chris Christie may be wooing potential presidential voters, but his anti-choice moves are alienating his own state.
Despite some progress in reducing the incidence of gonorrhea in the United States, spyhillis and chlamydia continue to rise; women and girls make up an ever-increasing share of all those infected with HIV worldwide, and despite promises re: jobs! jobs! jobs! the Tea Party and conservative Republicans are gearing up to pat down your uterus daily.
It looks like the media is getting outraged over the family planning funding they lost, but is it too late to matter?
Should an extreme anti-choice governor win his race, it may only be a matter of time before Minnesota faces the same crisis in family planning that New Jersey faces.