Bad things are happening to abortion rights in the courts and legislatures. It's awful at the street level, too.
A bi-partisan group of women in Utah's Senate spontaneously walked out over the invasive restrictions on abortions proposed in the Senate's bill.
The rep from Massachusetts offered to educate DeVos after she made a profoundly stupid and offensive comparison, but something tells us she won't take Pressley up on it.
Save this. It's essential.
Michelle Williams stands on stage and proves the personal is political. (Open Thread)
In a highly unusual exchange, California's Rep. Norma Torres used a bold choice of words to describe the anti-choice men in Congress.
Rep. Torres did not hold back, right from the beginning.
Sen. Gillibrand eloquently defends the requirement that judges be pro-choice, and Lou Dobbs can only snarl and laugh.
Well, whaddya know? SOME states think women deserve the right to make their own reproductive decisions! Thanks, Illinois!
Robertson doesn't like the new laws being passed, though, not because of what they say — but because they won't win in the Supreme Court.
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