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Afternoon Roundup: Ohio Right to Life Says “No Thanks” to Anti-Choice Heartbeat Bill

HIV exposed babies who don’t contract the disease face greater danger from other diseases; Texas reels back a heinous abortion bill to be something minorly less heinous; Ohio Right to Life says no thanks to the “heartbeat” bill; and more Democratic Senators speak out against the wave of anti-woman, anti-health care mania that’s swept the GOP. 

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Multi-Billion Dollar Budget Shortfall? Texas Legislators Call Abortion Bills An “Emergency”

Texas legislators faced with slashing education funds for children and safety net programs, have instead given “emergency” status to bills to restrict abortion care for women – even before the budget talks occur.

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Racist Anti-Abortion Insert in Daily Texan

The important thing, ladies, is that social justice begins in the womb–and ends as soon as you come out of it.

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Morning Roundup: Wyoming House Defeats Ultrasound Bill

The Wyoming House defeats an ultrasound bill, making abortion all about men, children in Texas are facing a real emergency, and reclaim the vagina!

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Morning Roundup: Emergency! Women Must Be Forced into Ultrasounds

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.”

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Midland Superintendent Shocked–Just Shocked!–by Teen Pregnancy Rate in Public Schools

One hundred and twenty girls in the Midland, TX school district–including one as young as twelve (!)–are in the family way so far this school year.

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With Hilarious New PSA, Austin Abstinence Organization Finally Gets In On the Joke

A Texas PSA promises that wearing pants is “the only 100% guarantee to avoid the unwanted side effects of sex.”

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Roundup: Texas Makes Abortion Access More Cumbersome and Other News

The Texas A.G. has decided a phone call is no longer good enough when it comes to informed consent, and other reproductive news.

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Radiance Foundation Moves On Down To Texas

The group intends for its billboards to start the same media frenzy in Texas as they did in Georgia.

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Repro-Briefs: Graphic Billboards, Defunding Services, and Other State News

Graphic billboards go up in Texas, anti-choice legislators still trying to defund Planned Parenthood, ACOG opposes Amendment 62 in Colorado, and clinics challenge Louisiana law.

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