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.
Despite being embroiled in a lawsuit in Ohio for false advertising, the anti-choice Susan B. Anthony List continues using the false charge of “taxpayer-funded abortion” to attempt to sway millions of voters.
As each new anti-abortion campaigning group enters the field, it’s like a reoccuring sense of deja vu.
So-called pro-life Democrats are learning the hard way that when anti-choice activists say they’re against “abortion,” their using code for a whole lot of things beyond the right to terminate a pregnancy.
It doesn’t matter which anti-choice group launches the ads, they all are being accused of outright falsehoods.
In another global roundup, a quick look at access to family planning around the world.
Former Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave teams up with the Susan B. Anthony List to spread lies about abortion in health reform, and a Wisconsin diocese is forbidding its employees from exercising the birth control option provided by their health insurance.