Should the state put someone who tried to make rape victims pay for part of their rape kits in charge of a domestic assault recovery program?
South Dakota’s most prominent anti-choice advocacy group is putting out an unheard of endorsement in the Secretary of State race, leaving voters to wonder why?
In an interview to air tonight at 8pm on the PBS show Tavis Smiley Reports (an hour before the President’s State of the Union address), Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton indicates she will not serve a second term.
The “Susan B. Anthony List” claims Clinton, as Obama’s Secretary of State, will “promote abortion” around the world, because of her support for UNFPA.
Will Obama sign CEDAW?; Brazilian women investigated for abortion; “progressive circle” of advisors surrounding Obama; women need an advocate like Clinton in the Senate.
The selection of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State represents an important first step down a new path for American foreign policy — one in which women’s health and rights are paramount.
Each week, Lindsay Beyerstein brings us the best of progressive reporting on health care. This week, Lindsay examines Obama’s progressive, pro-choice cabinet picks, health care reform, a fun fact for your Thanksgiving meal and more!
As Secretary of State, women’s rights champion Sen. Clinton will have the opportunity to act as an ambassador for women and girls worldwide, say advocates of international women’s health.
Senator Clinton has accepted the role of Secretary of State in the new Obama administration. Will her new role allow her to advocate for reproductive and sexual health and rights for women around the world as she has, domestically, in her role as Senator?
The attention of the politically obsessed has now turned to speculation about who might be tapped to fill key leadership positions in President-Elect Obama’s Cabinet. Will we finally have pro-choice appointees at the Department of Health and Human Services?