War on Women
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“On April 28, 2012, marches were held in 55 cities protesting the War on Women, organized by a group which formed in response to the War on Women, UniteWomen.org. Although response was good, with an estimated crowd of between 1,500 and 2,000 attendees for the Denver march, for example, media coverage was sparse, leading to complaints and accusations of “media bias.” Read More
Complementarianism: Religion, Women’s Work and the Economy
“My criticism of the economic costs of the institutionalized perpetuation of religious Complementarianism isn’t limited to Mormonism or Romney’s practice of it. His religion, like orthodox practices of all the majority of the world’s religions, is run by men who deem it appropriate to make decisions on behalf of women whose input they limit, repress and marginalize. It is for this reason that strict constructions of these religions, and the long cultural tail of their effects, should not be beyond criticism. By NOT openly discussing the influence and costs of religion on the economy and political and public policy we are privileging religion in seriously deleterious ways. It’s a fabulist and destructive suggestion that considerations of the quality and pervasiveness of a political candidates practice of faith should be off limits.” Read More
House panel votes to limit abortion under Obama’s healthcare law
House Republicans on the Appropriations Committee voted Wednesday to place new restrictions on access to abortion under President Obama’s healthcare reform law.
Over 75% Of Americans Want New Healthcare Reform If SCOTUS Strikes Down ObamaCare
Americans overwhelmingly want the president and Congress to get to work on a new bill to change the health care system if the Supreme Court strikes down President Barack Obama’s 2010 overhaul as unconstitutional.
The Associated Press-GfK poll shows that more than three-fourths of Americans do not want their political leaders to leave the health care system alone in the event the court throws out the health care law…Read More
Mississippi May Be First U.S. State With No Abortion Clinic
Abortion will still be legal in Mississippi next month. It’s just that women who live there probably won’t be able to get one…Read More
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