All but two states already have laws on the books that ban insurer providers from discriminating against rape and sexual abuse survivors.
This is the right of a woman and her doctor.These decisions should be made between the two of them with open, careful, honest, truthful consults. Not the legislature.
According to a new poll, when voters were informed about the religious Republican drive to ban access to legal abortion in the states, they were "disgusted and angry" and two-thirds of voters want Republicans stopped in their tracks.
A brand-spanking new report conducted and released by the Texas Policy Evaluation Project, a noted research group out of the University of Texas, Austin, the state's anti-abortion laws are hurting women and prohibiting from making their own reproductive health choices which is, after all, the goal of evangelical Republicans.
At an organizing event in Colorado, Hillary Clinton hammered Jeb Bush for his policies on women's health and immigration.
This week a story in Georgia illustrates just how dangerous religious tyranny posing as religious freedom can be to the health of women.
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.
Instead of introducing legislation to create jobs, or help Americans struggling in an economy created for the benefit of the rich, on the first day of the 114th Congress Republicans introduced five separate bills restricting women's reproductive rights; something they did not pledge would be at the top of their legislative agenda.
Whether most Americans realize it or not, they have been spectators, victims, and often combatants in a sectarian religious war that one side appealed to, and won, the support of a religious male cabal with the ultimate weapon of mass destruction; the U.S. Constitution.
As the birth control mandate went into effect this week, religious freedom arguments continue to threaten it. Here's why they're wrong.
The Republican presidential candidates are all allied with the Republicans in Congress and have signaled that if elected, they will continue the war on women.
Republicans have assailed President Obama for allegedly waging a war on religion, but it is Republicans who are waging a religious war against women.
In the South and Midwest of our country, an evil struggling against female freedom is winning ground. In Mississippi, a woman is charged with murder for giving birth to a still born. In Alabama, a mother of three awaits a ten year sentence for a Cesarean that resulted in the death of her baby. In South Carolina, over 300 women have been charged with some form of fetal homicide. In Indiana, a young woman who tried to kill herself by taking rat poison is in jail, charged with murder and attempted fetal homicide.