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The State of the Union, As We See It: Unprecedented Attacks on Reproductive Health and Rights

In the first weeks of 2020, the Trump-Pence administration has launched an onslaught against reproductive health and access to care at Planned Parenthood.

First VA Governor’s Race Debate Verdict? Ken Cuccinelli Can’t Be Trusted with Women’s Health

On Saturday, Ken Cuccinelli faced off against Terry McAuliffe in the first gubernatorial debate of 2013. Everything was on the table, including women’s health. Considering Cuccinelli’s long history of trying to restrict and limit women’s access to safe and legal abortion, it was hardly a surprise when the moderator asked him if he’d continue in the same vein and use the governor’s office to push his extreme ideological views.
July 23, 2013

What Governor Bob McDonnell Failed to Mention in His State of the Commonwealth

The other day, Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell gave his State of the Commonwealth where he addressed what he accomplished in 2012 and laid out his priorities for 2013.
July 17, 2013

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Top Five Things You Need to Know About Ken Cuccinelli

Virginia’s Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is running for governor, and as of 5 p.m. yesterday he secured his place as the nominee. Want to know where he stands on women’s health issues? It ain’t pretty.
July 17, 2013

Ken Cuccinelli on the Issues: Compares Birth Control to MLK’s Fight

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is far out of the mainstream when it comes to women’s health. His entire career has been an exercise in trying to reduce and deny women access to care. He has co-sponsored “personhood” measures that would give full legal rights to fertilized eggs, supported defunding Planned Parenthood, and was the first attorney general to file a lawsuit to overturn the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — on the same day the bill was signed into law.
July 17, 2013