Yesterday, the Wisconsin state Senate Committee on Public Health, Human Services and Revenue held a hearing on a bill authored by Senator Glenn Grothman (R-WTF) that would require the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board to emphasize that “nonmarital parenthood” contributes to … Continue reading
On Monday, the Kansas House Federal and State Affairs Committee will continue discussing a bill similar to the one the Arizona Senate passed, which allows doctors to withhold from pregnant women prenatal information because it “might lead to abortion.” But of course, the Kansas bill is worse.
As with the Arizona bill, the Kansas bill prohibits malpractice suits should the woman or child develop health complications as a result of withholding prenatal information.
The bill also forces women to purchase special abortion insurance (Kansas already passed legislation that removed abortions from health insurance plans), and levies a 6.3% sales tax on women who get an abortion — including rape victims.
Pennsylvania is going all-in on the War on Women. Like Alabama, it requires your urgent attention. HB 1077 faces a full vote in mid-March. Call or email Governor Corbett. Sign this petition. (Pennsylvanianians, search for and call your representative.)
Yes, I mixed my metaphors, but do you really want me to make an “all-in/poker/vagina” joke? I didn’t think so. Let’s just cut right to the chase, shall we?
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1) I don’t know who “they” are, but do you know how many dead movie and TV stars there are? Not to mention, the greatest celebrity around: the old J.C. himself. He’s on TV a lot, especially around his birthday. He’s a bit of a drama queen.
2) I didn’t know a sentence could think.
3) Sure you can. The better question is, if a bear shits in the woods, can you miss it?