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.
An Ohio abortion ban may be on the way, Rep. Pence explains his ludicrous Title X legislation, regular screenings essential to early detection of cervical cancer, NYC school chief under fire for flippant remark on birth control, and the Iowa Board of Medicine will not sanction PP of the Heartland for telemed abortions.
The Ohio Congressman, after losing his reelection bid, is suing anti-choice groups for his “loss of livelihood.”
One Ohio man’s attempt to force his girlfriend at gunpoint to abort her pregnancy has the potential to shift the entire legality of the procedure.
Rep. Jean Schmidt talks about abortion at a Catholic elementary school assembly, and college students rally for their right to birth control.
Amendment 62 kicks it up a notch with both sides pushing a little too hard, and an Ohio judge allows teens to marry without parental consent to protect the daughter from an alleged abortion.
Lawyers for the Kilroy for Congress campaign sent a letter to Columbus area TV Stations and cable providers asking for them to stop airing a new television ad paid for by Steve Stivers which contains false statements, about which we wrote earlier today.
Negative campaigning and the use of ads to undermine an opponent is nothing new. Today, however, some campaigns just make things up. Literally.
The Susan B. Anthony List is found guilty of misleading claims in their attacks against Ohio representative Steve Driehaus.
Anti-choice Republican Tom Ganley, famous for asking Ohio voters to send Congresswoman Betty Sutton “back to the kitchen,” is in a bit of hot water of his own making. He is being sued for sexual assault by a Tea Party campaign staffer.