Warren has gone from trailing to leading in two different senate polls.
With less than two months until election day, the race is a nail biter.
While most of the attendees embrace a no exceptions abortion plank, some Republicans find themselves left out in the cold.
Brown’s voting record is good enough to win him more support from the state’s most active anti-choice group.
The Massachusetts Republican is doing everything he can not to get tangled up in the backlash over GOP abortion policies.
The Maine Republican takes a jab at her party’s war on women.
Planned Parenthood: Former Massachusetts governor supports it, what is Senator Scott Brown true stance on defunding it, and Rep. Alan West is offended that it’s in so many black communities. Also – radiation risks to pregnant women in Japan, and fertility treatments for HIV-positive men who want children.
The three Republican senators are signalling that they will not vote to eliminate Title X funding.
Details are still emerging regarding Scott Brown’s history of sexual and emotional abuse. But it’s worth asking: will he now lead a fight against GOP/Tea Party efforts to eliminate programs to assist victims and GOP efforts to “redefine rape?”
Anti-abortion groups are cheering Brown’s victory, but will there be any buyer’s remorse? And Sen. Hutchison tries to talk abortion.