The Republican Massachusetts Senate candidate has a track record of being somewhat ambiguous about the extent of his anti-choice beliefs.
For well over a week, both sides have been parsing Ryan’s abortion stance. Why is a man so openly anti-choice so unwilling to admit his actual positions?
Can common ground be found with people like Sharron Angle? Reproductive rights experts answer these questions and explain why the ground is erroding beneath us in the abortion debate.
How can both sides be so angry about abortion in health care reform when only one side is actually losing anything?
Stupak’s stance could deny prenatal care for his own suffering district, the rhetoric of abortion waivers and slavery, and other stories.
The House will call Rep. Stupak’s bluff and pass healthcare reform with or without his support.
Stupak Stupak Stupak. Frankly, I don’t think I could be more tired of the word “Stupak.” But like a splinter you keep pushing in deeper with your tweezers while you’re trying to get it out of your finger, there he is, still trying to hold healthcare hostage over his beliefs that women cannot be trusted with their own bodies.
Here comes healthcare! Maybe. Plus, a mini round up to strengthen your moral fiber.
Democratic Senator Eric Massa (D-N.Y.) announced today that he will not be running for reelection
Were you glued to your computer monitor yesterday watching the White House’s Healthcare Summit? If not you probably didn’t notice the glaring lack of women legislators invited. And naturally the issue of abortion was one of the many objections raised by Republicans in objection to the president’s bill.