Today, our colleagues at Womens eNews published a story following up on the law recently passed in Utah criminalizing “intentional miscarriage.”
One parent makes a complaint about a Nashville school’s voluntary sex education class which leads to it being shut down. One detail: the parent just happens to be an a motivational speaker on abstinence.
What’s worse: having parents involved in reproductive health or NOT having parents involved in reproductive health? I guess it depends which state you live in.
Utah’s fetal homicide bill as potential model legislation, and a game that will kill tons of free time at work today — guide the sperm!
Comforted by the fact that the Utah legislature “revised” the bill on miscarriages? Don’t be. Its main purpose is not to advance a “culture of life,” but to advance laws that permit imprisonment of pregnant women.
At the request of Utah’s governor, a bill that would criminalize miscarriages is to be resubmitted to remove the standard for “recklessness.” The new version, however, would still set a dangerous precedent.
Much like a marathon, this roundup covers 20% of the states in the country, then rewards you with a giant pea suit. Ok, not so much like a marathon…
A bill passed this week by the Utah State Legislature and awaiting the governor’s signature, will criminalize miscarriages and abortions under certain circumstances and send women to jail.
A looming boycott on Oklahoma (watch out, Rogers and Hammerstein!) and a doctor with a sense of humor top off today’s roundup.
A conservative Utah State Senator discusses his efforts to make sex ed in his state better, though admittedly not comprehensive as it still omits discussion of sexual identity and diversity.