New Jersey state senate is meeting today to vote one more time on overturning Gov. Chris Christie’s override of family planning funding to the state.
Democrats in New Jersey are pushing for one last veto override of the governor regarding family planning funding.
Anti-choice groups have been eager to flex their political muscle during the 2010 elections. This summer, we should be able to learn how effective that muscle really is.
The debate over Elena Kagan’s Supreme Court nomination begins, and New Jersey Republicans who voted for family planning funding are now refusing to override the governor’s veto.
Another state tries to see if it an pull family planning money out of the hands of one of the state’s biggest provider of birth control and family planning services.
The on again, off again family planning funding in New Jersey appears to once more be off again thanks to a governor’s veto.
State legislators fight to restore family planning funds in New Jersey, while the Texas GOP is unabashed in efforts to limit the rights of all living persons. One bright spot in New York.
Governor Christie’s cuts may be restored by Democrats in the legislature.
By the end of March, 825 measures had been introduced in the 44 legislatures that have convened so far in 2010.
Nebraska shoots down prenatal care, South Carolina pushes a 24 hour waiting period, and other state news.