Thanks to federal Judge Michael McShane, Title X providers may still refer patients for abortions, if they so choose.
Distorting the truth is what the right-wing media does best.
Senate Floor Debate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, July 17, 2014. Read more here... http://crooksandliars.com/2014/07/elizabeth-warren-blasts-republicans-hobby
Sen. Elizabeth Warren took to the Senate floor Wednesday after Republicans filibustered a bill that would have reversed the Supreme Court Hobby Lobby ruling and restored contraceptive coverage.
Ohio Republicans, with the help of their Gov. John Kasich avoided the type of public backlash we've been seeing in Texas over anti-abortion restrictions that are being jammed through both states' legislatures. Rather than allow a public debate, Kasich and his allies decided it was better to do things on the sly and let their constituents find out what they've done once it's too late.
Starting with the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade this week, we got the welcome news that for the first time, the majority of Americans want abortion to be legal in all or most cases. As you can imagine, the sex-hating religious extremists are
The predictions about emboldened right-wing state legislatures after Wisconsin are coming true, with Michigan's legislature as one of the first testing grounds. Michigan, home to the auto industry and the likes of Betsy DeVos, has a legislature
If RNC chair Reince Priebus thinks nasty, petulant interviews like this one with MSNBC's Thomas Roberts are going to win his party some support back with women voters, I think he's sadly mistaken. Last week, Priebus appeared on Bloomberg TV's Al Hunt and claimed that the "war on women" was as fictional as the "war on caterpillars."
Over the weekend, C-SPAN aired the president of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards lecture from March 28th at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. The topic was “Keeping Politics out of Women’s
Ed Schultz spoke to Salon's Joan Walsh and Obama Super PAC head Bill Burton about John McCain's statement that the GOP needs to "get off" of the war on women and start focusing on other issues if they don't want to be badly damaged in the upcoming
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