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.
When Scott Walker ran for governor, his supporters made the race about reproductive rights. Now it looks like they are ready to do it again.
Anti-choice advocates are anxiously supporting Governor Scott Walker, saying birth control and abortion may lie in the balance.
Tanya Atkinson, Executive Director of Wisconsin Planned Parenthood kicked off a rally of pro-choice, pro-women supporters on the steps of the state capital in Madison today with this simple and important call, “If you’re mad as hell, say hell yeah!” The crowd of over 400 responded with an overwhelming, “Hell Yeah!”
They gathered on the west steps to protest the Republican held legislature on the last day of this 2012 session.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s love of anti-choice policies maybe be constituting a state endorsement of religion.
Governor Scott Walker, along with Wisconsin’s anti-abortion, anti-choice and anti-birth control action groups, are jeopardizing physicians’ ability provide necessary medical care to patients with complicated pregnancies.
Did you know the recall efforts in Wisconsin are all about abortion? No, really.
Gov. Scott Walker: “(I am proud of) trying to defund Planned Parenthood and make sure they didn’t have any money, not just for abortion, but money for anything.”
As a civics/history lesson our family went down to the Capitol on Thursday to see the protests since our district canceled school. I reminded my kids that if we were in some countries, say Egypt or Bahrain, they would have to worry about possibly getting shot.