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.
It doesn’t matter which anti-choice group launches the ads, they all are being accused of outright falsehoods.
A roundup of sex ed news as students across the country head back into the classroom.
“Harmful to minors” becomes more narrowly defined in Ohio, making some who teach about contraception and sexuality rest a little easier.
Truth in advertising? Ohio GOP believes women “belong in the kitchen.” At least we don’t have to “de-code” this political message.
It’s a race to see who can get in front of the Supreme Court first. Plus, parallel realities in the mini roundup.
What is the state of reproductive health in Ohio? It’s on shaky ground, but every anti-choice cloud has a silver lining.
Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner officially launches her bid for Senate tomorrow. But is it an uphill battle with her own party?
Circumcision benefit doubted for gay men; Catholic hospital under fire for allowing abortion referrals and birth control prescriptions; Ohio top court mulls admission of medical files in Planned Parenthood case; U.S. Supreme Court refuses Missouri prison abortion rights case; Breast cancer vaccine within reach.
A group of Ohio state legislators have submitted a bill that would ban women from obtaining abortions without consent from the man who impregnated her.