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"The poor pitiful women that can't afford to go out of state [to have an abortion] are just going to start doing them at home with a coat hanger…. but hey! you have to have some moral values n' you've got to start somewhere….." stated Rep. Bubba Carpenter, the...
As you undertake your journey towards a child, it may become appropriate to seek legal advice. In this column, we want to give you tools to help you decide about various issues that are involved in working with an attorney.
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An attorney can help you wade through any legal issues that may be involved in...
The past year has been marked (and continues to be marked) by a battle over women's reproductive rights and health issues. As the election an approach, women's health issues seems central to who will win and of course, who will loose the election.
Why it is that men and women alike get all hot under the collar by what...
Did you hear that the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation stopped funding breast cancer screenings at Planned Parenthood health centers because of pressure from anti-choice groups? It's completely outrageous, and we've had enough. We're not going to stop supporting Planned Parenthood, We're not going to stop fighting for women's health and rights, and we want the world to...
The recent decision by the Susan G. Komen foundation to stop funding Planned Parenthood really caught my interest. The Komen Foundation initially announced they would not fund breast cancer screening for patients at Planned Parenthood because they have a policy saying they will give no funding to programs that "are under investigation." Planned Parenthood was "under investigation" because anti-abortion groups...
The Chicago Tribune just released the results of a survey done by the independent,
non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation. They polled approximately 1,200 women and asked them their views on reproductive programs in the United States.
The results of the survey offered some interesting themes. The first was "about one third of American women believe there is a broad effort...