Arizona anti-choice organizations are so focused on keeping money from Planned Parenthood that they’re fighting against proposals that don’t fund the group now—just in case it might get funded in the future.
The 2011–12 school year brought the typical array of controversies over sexuality education in public and private schools, along with exciting news of new sexuality-education standards.
Some things never change. At least not in the alternative universe that is the American Life League.
The group is claiming that a Lafayette clinic is violating law by providing medication abortions without licensing their clinic as a surgical abortion center.
On Tuesday, Texas Governor Rick Perry stopped by to lend a little good-old-boy masculinity to the opening of a branch of Houston’s The Source For Women, a crisis pregnancy center that Perry touted as the future of Texas’ new Women’s Health Program–a program explicitly designed and intended to serve women who are not, and don’t want to be, pregnant.
The state of New Hampshire primary could offer some historic results for the 2012 election.
Now that any potential “population crisis” is over, antis are coming for your birth control.
Yesterday in a packed auditorium at the Texas Department of State Health Services, legislators, doctors and other supporters of Planned Parenthood gathered to speak out–sometimes through tears–against proposed rules that would bar Planned Parenthood from participating in the state’s Women’s Health Program.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals appears willing to stop at nothing to enshrine its hostility to abortion access into law.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted an injuction barring the state from defunding local Planned Parenthood clinics and their affiliates while a trial challening that funding ban moves forward.