The idea that Trump supporters would make political hay out of Clinton's illness only validates the comments she made last week.
One day people will wake up and wonder why they can no longer get the pill in their state, let alone an abortion. They can thank a Republican for the RFRA.
When anti-regulatory politicians like Thom Tillis (R-NC) abandon common sense in favor of dogmatic ideology, it endangers public health.
Republicans depend on lies and deceit to convince their ignorant base to support dangerous policies, and it is why they criticize science and unbiased research so vehemently; particularly surrounding issues surrounding the fossil fuel industry and its risk to the environment; and Americans' health.
Democrats listened to liberals. The DCCC blamed House Republicans for cutting funds to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in online ads starting Monday.
There is little money for the agencies tasked with helping stop the virus due to the Republicans' precious sequester the GOP House cannot possibly blame on anyone but their sick austerity economics.
It is the right to choose their reproductive health that women are most likely under attack from Republicans whose latest assault is restricting abortion coverage in private health care plans.
The Senior Senator from Utah is endangering lives by putting his personal gain before the public's health.
The fact that there are people who still believe in death panels is pathetic enough, but now they think there will be forced home visits.
Conservatives have been whining that people are getting disability benefits they don't deserve. As usual, they are completely wrong.
Republicans continue to obsess with women's reproductive health, with 694 proposed laws in the first three months of 2013.