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Vitter Seeks to Insert Anti-Choice Amendment Into Employment Non-Discrimination Act

It has little chance of passing, but Sen. David Vitter (above) hopes to attach a destructive anti-choice amendment to a landmark non-discrimination vote, according to news reports.

It has little chance of passing, but Sen. David Vitter hopes to attach a destructive anti-choice amendment to a landmark non-discrimination vote, according to news reports.

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Utah Legislator Considers Expanding Her Planned Gender-Based Abortion Ban to Include Race

Utah state senator Margaret Dayton with anti-choice leader Phyllis Schlafly margaretdayton.com

Despite there being no issues with abortions based on gender or race occuring in the state, one legislator wants to ban them just in case.

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House Fails to Pass D.C. 20-Week Abortion Ban

In a remarkable vote, an anti-choice dominated House of Representatives failed to pass HR 3803, a bill that would have imposed a 20-week abortion ban on the District of Columbia.

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Amash Ditched By Michigan Right To Life

Rep. Justin Amash. [img src]

The anti-choice group has released this year’s round of endorsments, and Amash’s name is missing.

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Louisiana Senator David Vitter Proposes Senate “Sex Selection Abortion” Ban

Louisiana Senator David Vitter. [img src]

The Republican senator is taking the lead on a doomed piece of senate legislation.

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“War on Women” Increasingly Focused on Women of Color and Immigrant Women

VAWA. PRENDA. Aderholt. What do all these words (and acronyms) have in common? They represent the escalating attacks on the health and rights of women of color, and immigrant women in particular.

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Lila Rose and Live Action Decline to Respond to Questions About “Gotcha” Video, Failure of PRENDA

While researching PRENDA, RH Reality Check reached out to Lila Rose’s PR representative with some questions about her video and the pending legislation. And we got… crickets.

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Criminal Punishment For Women Obtaining Abortions? One Republican Congressman Says Yes

A Republican Congressman comes out and admits that criminalizing women for obtaining an abortion would be just fine with him.

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PRENDA Really Just A Wedge To Overturn Roe?

Not that anyone is surprised, but yes, Franks just wants to provoke a court challenge.

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The Sex-Selection Gambit: What Antis Turn To When They Have No Basis for Their Arguments

PRENDA was the legislative equivalent of a troll writing, “Have you considered that HALF of fetuses aborted are FEMALE?”, before high-fiving himself for finally achieving the rhetorical chops necessary to flunk high school composition.

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