The state is trying to get an amendment added to the 2012 election ballot.
An attempt to pass a bill that would charge anyone who killed a fertilized egg was tabled without a public vote.
If the state does get a person to be redefined to moment of fertilization, does that mean corporations will lose their personhood?
It’s hard to win people over to your cause when they’re repulsed by you.
Though still modest, the total cash in South Dakota’s Life Protect Fund doubled this week to nearly $30,000 due to contributions. Who are the individuals and groups donating to the effort?
After nearly 40 years working in the abortion field, I can see that the situation is hopeless. I admit it. Personhood begins at ejaculation!
Conservatives in Michigan are at once proposing to make working-class motherhood more financially challenging while at the same time placing further restrictions on the choice of whether and when to become a mother in the first place.
Montana Republicans may just be proposing restricting abortion access to get voters out, but at least they are honest about it.
Michigan and Maryland’s slew of anti-abortion bills, trends in banning insurance coverage of abortion, Arizona voting on race and sex abortion ban, Bobby Franklin says something crazy, and Sen. Feinstein introduces repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act.
The Illinois House is using the conservative Agriculture Committee to pass anti-choice bills, North Dakota is looking at a personhood bill, and Sen. Lautenberg and Rep. Lee introduce a bill banning federal funding of ineffective abstinence programs.