Washington considers compensated surrogacy, SBA List and FRC demand House vote against keeping goverment running unless bill is anti-family planning, Sen. Murkowski supports Title X, Nebraska woman denied labor inducement, Idaho poised to ban abortion in state exchanges, and an “expose!” that isn’t really.
Planned Parenthood is touring the country in a hot pink bus to rally support, a march for women’s equality in Egypt turns sexually violent, and men in Texas don’t want to play politics with forcing ultrasounds. Except that is exactly what they are doing.
Two men can be listed on the birth certificates of their twins in Connecticut, Saletan looks at the Gosnell case, the “state of the unborn,” Rep. Smith’s new protected class of people, and Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) declares forced ultrasound bill to be an “emergency.”
Oprah’s story of teen pregnancy and suicidal thoughts, emergency contraception in Ireland, SBA List scores the health care repeal, and the ACLU is doing what?
Which anti-choice RNC candidate is the most anti-choice? Also, out-of-network NICU’s, pregnant suicide attempt, and banning government funding of abortion. (After you ban it, ban it, and ban it again, doesn’t it get a little redundant?)
The DOJ sues on a FACE violation; SBA List wants a anti-choic-ier chairman of the RNC; Gardasil protects against anal cancer; and a place to vent your worst sex education advice.
The Ohio Congressman, after losing his reelection bid, is suing anti-choice groups for his “loss of livelihood.”
William Saletan provides some “lessons for the pro-life crowd”; the FDA gets sued over emergency contraception; Rep. Steve Driehaus drops his complaint against the anti-choice Susan B. Anthony List and more.
It’s easy to see where Susan B. Anthony List’s priorities really lay when they tout their electoral successes, and it’s very obviously not with women.
Anti-abortion groups acting as arms of the Republican party are now beginning to upset some religious groups, who see elimination anti-choice Democrats as making abortion more political.