A poem from Eugene Novogrodsky.
Tag Archives: women’s health
As $26.3 million in taxpayer money funds the ‘abortion alternatives’ industry, dogma drowns reason and hurts vulnerable women too.
It almost seems as if state Sen. Dan Patrick, the talk-radio Republican from Houston, spends his free time thinking up ways to antagonize people who are already in a politically disadvantaged position.
Texas lawmakers have spent the past two years attacking family planning services in the state, cutting funds for programs that provide women with birth control and wellness exams. Now family planning advocates are fighting back.
This is the third story in our Collateral Damage series examining the impact of family planning cuts in Texas. You can read the second […]
This is the second story in our Collateral Damage series examining the impact of family planning cuts in Texas. You can read the first […]
The first in an occasional series of stories examining the impact of deep cuts to family planning services in Texas. Diaphragms. Depo-Provera injections. Oral […]
Halfway through my pregnancy, I learned that my baby was ill. Profoundly so. My doctor gave us the news kindly, but still, my husband […]
Just two days before the Texas Legislature’s new laws take effect, pro-choicers across the state got some good news—the infamous sonogram law can’t be […]
UPDATE, Aug. 29: The Texas Health and Human Services Commission’s definition of abortion “affiliate” was published Friday afternoon in the Texas Register (link here). […]