Last week, the New Mexico legislature passed four bills that could expand access to treatment for substance abuse.
Oral sex and head and neck cancer, Baltimore CPC law is struck down, parental notification in New Mexico, making judicial bypass harder on teens, and a cosponsor of the “it’s not rape unless you’re forced” bill says they didn’t mean it that way.
We’re now entering the countdown to election day, and in some states the candidates show clear differences on abortion. In others, the choices are exactly the same.
Encouraged by far right primary wins and a victory in removing abortion care from federal healthcare, anti-choice extremists are going even further to show their true colors and true agenda: taking away every woman’s choice in all circumstances.
Everyone’s mad about something: a roundup of protests, and some reviews of 12th and Delaware, which premieres tonight.
Despite mixed reviews from the pro-choice community, Planned Parenthood of New Mexico applauds the passage of the health reform law that will broaden coverage for so many New Mexico families.
Advocates for reproductive choice in New Mexico say the time is right to push for passage of a state Freedom of Choice Act.
Once again: proof you can leave out the “f” and just think “Pro-Li*e.” A GOP pro-choice candidate gets targeted by anti-choicers.
If it's fashionable for the 2008 presidential candidates to highlight their advocacy on behalf of women, Bill Richardson is haute-couture.