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Roe at 39

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On January 22, 2012

For the birthday of Roe v. Wade, allow me to note again that it was a straightforward application (1, 2) of long-entrenched constitutional values, it has already been watered down substantially, and i

Anti-Choice Fail

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On January 20, 2012

Some excellent news from Jessica Arons: Today, in a huge victory for women’s health, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced that most employers will be required to cover con

At Least Be Honest

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On December 28, 2011

This won’t be a surprise to longtime readers, but I agree 100% with Atrios about Perry changing his position to oppose abortion in cases of rape or incest. These exemptions cannot be defended co

The Plan B Disgrace

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On December 7, 2011
Shame on Obama and Sebelius. This isn’t like the compromises on reproductive freedom in the ACA, which were necessary to appease fanatical anti-choicers who were in a position to blow up the legislation. This is an indefensible decision that wasn’t in any sense politically necessary, and indeed might be politically counterproductive. Appalling. …more from Jamil […]
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