The Arizona legislature passed the bill that would allow employers to deny employees contraception coverage.
Mississippi’s governor uses inciting language saying pro-choice advocates’ “one mission” is to “abort children.”
A Missouri House committee hears testimony on whether or not employees should get their contraception covered.
Why the word “choice” is not relevant to poor women. More measures that put financial burden on poor women means they don’t have a choice about their own bodies.
The abortion debate is reignited in Canada.
A report in Britain suggests that over-the-counter contraception should be made widely available to young teens as a way to reduce teenage pregnancies.