When Scott Walker ran for governor, his supporters made the race about reproductive rights. Now it looks like they are ready to do it again.
Wisconsin. Perfect setting for the national conversation to finally address the domestic terrorism of anti-choice zealots.
In the wee hours of the morning Wednesday the Wisconsin legislature voted to overturn the Healthy Youth Act and to ban private insurance from covering abortion. Rack another one up for the far right in Wisconsin.
Tanya Atkinson, Executive Director of Wisconsin Planned Parenthood kicked off a rally of pro-choice, pro-women supporters on the steps of the state capital in Madison today with this simple and important call, “If you’re mad as hell, say hell yeah!” The crowd of over 400 responded with an overwhelming, “Hell Yeah!”
They gathered on the west steps to protest the Republican held legislature on the last day of this 2012 session.
Whether you’re gay, black, female, or a spore with feelings, Republicans do not like you unless you aspire to be a white Christian millionaire.
The change would effectively open the floodgates for abstinence only programs to implement curricula in Wisconsin if a school board so chooses.
Much like Michigan, Wisconsin is now trying to ban a procedure that both doesn’t exist and already has a national ban to boot.
A new bill in the state would ban telemed abortions, despite the fact that they currently don’t exist in Wisconsin.
What do you want to bet they will just endlessly loop “What Child Is This?”
Vigil for Life, a radical anti-choice group, was unsuccessful in “convincing” a woman to terminate an unintended and untenable pregnancy. So what did it do? It put out an All Points Bulletin to track her down.