So much for trying to greenwash the anti-choice movement. Now some want the right to litter.
It doesn’t matter which anti-choice group launches the ads, they all are being accused of outright falsehoods.
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.
Following up on the Massachusetts school district in the hot seat over a policy to distribute condoms to any student that requests one, plus Sharron Angle knows God’s will, and Pennsylvania is poised to ban the shackling of incarcerated birthing women.
NARAL Pro-Choice America picks a side in the Pennsylvanian senate race and endorses Joe Sestack over incumbent Arlen Specter.
Pennsylvania legislature takes a first step in passing mandatory age appropriate comprehensive sex ed in the state’s public schools.
The Lilly Ledbetter Act leads to a triumphant victory for equal pay, as the Third Circuit Court of Appeals today ruled in favor of Mary Lou Mikula, holding that her Title VII pay discrimination claim had been erroneously dismissed on the basis that her charge was not timely.
Senator Casey (D., Pa) opposes abortion but has been criticized by the right for not being sufficiently anti-choice. What side is he on?
Pennsylvania Department of Health threatens to Significantly cut funding of successful high-school-based Health Resource Centers in favor of abstinence-only; Palin makes conflicting statements about sex education and contraception, so where does she stand?
Mexico Supreme Court will uphold one-year-old Mexico City abortion law; Confusion still remains about John McCain’s anti-choice positions; Pennsylvania asks for federal abstinence-only funds for after school programs.