Abortion rulings in Alaska and (expected soon) in Ireland; closeted teachers; science doesn’t match the beliefs of the Family Research Council; and “Choice on Earth” cards from Planned Parenthood.
The new legislature claims 2011 will be all about the economy, but states a parental notificiation law could be considered since it’s “non-controversial.”
Where are the pro-life forces when a pregnant inmate dies from lack of reproductive health care in jail and how can we prevent this from happening to other women? Planned Parenthood sues the state of Alaska, and it seems that physicians are giving women seeking birth control unnecessary pelvic exams…
A new report from the Center for Reproductive Rights reviews the losses of women’s rights throughout the states in the aftermath of health reform.
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.
RHRealityCheck’s Pamela Meritt is on her way to Alaska to learn more about the attempt to pass a parental notification law in the state this November, so here’s an amendment update.
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines says “no way.”
The Alaska Supreme Court decides that the signature gathering was not so flawed that the parental notification act can’t go on the ballot, while the governor refuses to expand healthcare for women and pregnant children.
The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that a parental notification initiative can stay on the 2010 ballot, despite a poorly written petition and confusion among signatories.
Alaska’s Parental Notification Ballot Initiative goes to the Alaskan Supreme Court.