A ballot measure seeking to give constitutional rights to fertilized eggs may rise again. And if not by sheer volume of petition signatures, proponents will sue the state to advance the cause.
A slew of state bills to establish precedents for “fetal homicide” have at least one thing in common—little mention of the women actually involved in the incidents.
The share of people who are “liberal” but also anti-choice grows tinier by the day. Investments by the Democratic Party to recruit that vanishing population would be far better spent elsewhere.
Lobbyists for West Virginians for Life have failed to register in the state as required by a law intended to foster transparency. Is it ok to violate “man’s laws” in the interest of “God’s work?”
Connie Saltonstall, a former county commissioner, plans to run against Stupak for the Democratic nomination of Michigan’s First Congressional District. She told RH Reality Check “I am without a doubt pro-choice.”
James Dobson has officially stepped down as chair of Focus on the Family. However, Dobson won’t be out of the public eye nor will the global evangelical media empire’s chief, Jim Daly.
Loretta J. Ross is national coordinator of SisterSong Reproductive Justice Collective in Atlanta. So why is her voice largely missing in media reports about “black genocide” billboards in her own backyard?
The anti-choice movement uses false concern about women of color in a classic effort to divide-and-conquer. Reproductive justice advocates say thanks but no thanks…we’ve got it covered.
Futile Care cases continue to haunt paitents and their families. Will members of the pro choice and pro life communities work together to stop this?
Nebraska considers a ban on abortions “after the fetus feels pain” based on assumptions that rely on ideology and political calculation, not science.