Messing with Women in Texas

March 22, 2012 1

They say everything’s big in Texas, but they may want to look again this week, as the budget for women’s healthcare has been slashed to pieces. This was not an angst-filled legislative move to offset […]

Birth Control Controversies a Fundraising Boon

March 18, 2012 0

Editor’s Note: Robin Bravender of Politico reports of a recent rise in activity – specifically fundraising and membership enrollment – in women’s groups such as EMILY’s List, whose participation has doubled in the past 18 months […]

A Taxing Proposal

March 13, 2012 0

Keeping up with the dizzying array of anti-choice legislation littering statehouses around the nation is a full-time job with no benefits. It’s estimated that more than 1,000 versions of bills restricting access to abortion were […]

Woman: Person or Property?

February 22, 2012 0

Editor’s Note: Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks at have a provocative piece on what they describe as “The Republican War On Women.” Think for a moment about the entire verbal output of all the candidates […]

Getting up to Speed on the Plan B Pill Controversy

December 18, 2011 0

U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius recently overruled The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announcement that Plan B One-Step® would be permitted for sale “over-the-counter” — no prescription required — for all ages. […]