Medication Abortion Comes Under Attack in Sham Lawsuit
Anti-abortion rights groups have gone to federal court seeking to ban a drug used safely in medication abortions for over 20 years
Supreme Court Reopens Abortion Providers in Texas — For Now
The U.S. Supreme Court just put a hold on provisions of a Texas law that threatens to eviscerate access to safe, legal abortion in the state for tens of thousands of women. The Court’s Oct. 14 order temporarily allows health centers that were forced to close earlier this month to resume providing abortions.
Oct. 17, 2014
Women’s Health Decisions Shouldn’t Be Political
A few weeks ago I saw the National Journal’s latest polling that shows women feel that the Republican Party is moving further away from them and had to weigh in. As the days went by I decided I wanted to discuss the results of this polling that shows only 14 percent of women think the GOP is now closer to representing their views since the 2012 election.
Oct. 25, 2013
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It’s Not Just the Rhetoric, But the Policies that Insult Women
They just can’t help themselves. Two days ago, the communications director for the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) criticized Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate (and current Secretary of State) Alison Lundergan Grimes, calling her an “empty dress.”
Sept. 6, 2013