The Arizona resident, whose routine email to her legislator resulted in a reply later called a "hodgepodge of crazy" by another lawmaker, said she is ...
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Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum had a stronger than expected showing on Super Tuesday, defeating frontrunner Mitt Romney in Tennessee,...
"Divisions are deep and anger is strong and we need a candidate who is going to help heal the state, not make the divisions deeper." Is Wisconsin Sen. Kathleen Vinehout the one?
NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation will make sure that Apple follws through—and that Siri learns to recognize the difference between a comprehensive, women's health center and an anti-choice CPC.
Rick Perry invites charges of hypocrisy when he speaks so glowingly of so-called "states' rights" while at the same time vowing to use the powers of the federal government to erode women's freedom.
Recent and ongoing attacks on women's freedom and privacy by the anti-choice House leadership are so far-reaching and so extreme that they've been dubbed the "War on Women."
WASHINGTON -- (AP) The government has replaced a Bush-era rule that became a flash point in the debate over abortions, clarifying that doctors and nur...
WASHINGTON -- Women's-rights activists are taking the fight to preserve family-planning funding outside the Beltway, calling on grassroots activists t...
I live in a country where it is OK to distribute "WANTED" posters that not only display photos of abortion service medical providers, but include their names and addresses.
A new day has dawned at the FCC. The bipartisan, grassroots movement that rose up in 2003 is stirring again around broadband access and consumer safeguards in wireless networks.
If you only watched TV or surfed the net, you would think health reform hangs by a thread over abortion. It does not. The media would like to pump t...
Anti-choice politics have no place in the Super Bowl, so when the ad runs, focus on something else -- anything else -- besides Focus on the Family, which wants to take choices away from women.
A leading abortion rights group delivered a rebuke to Republican U.S. Senate contender Mark Kirk today for supporting an amendment to the House-passed...
The pundits say that on abortion, the Democrats have to choose between the economically liberal wing of its party and the socially progressive one. I strongly disagree with this premise.
The right wing has made these nominees their test case on how to derail President Obama's efforts to put qualified persons in key posts. Our goal is to make sure they fail this test.
While our values are consistent, these changes in technology -- and in the circumstances that shape women's experiences -- call on us to change the ways in which we engage the public.
Last night, while standing just a few feet from the podium from which our next pro-choice president spoke, I was overcome with pride and emotion.
The same woman who wants a president to address the difficulty of paying to put gas in the car while other bills pile up also wants a president who respects her ability to make personal decisions.
Politically, Obama's embrace of the education and prevention agenda long encompassed in the phrase "pro-choice" represents a shift away from abortion politics as usual.
You have done an unconscionable political somersault to rationalize his back flip on abortion rights. Why is it so difficult for NARAL to publicly express disappointment with Obama?
James Dobson and Tony Perkins, and John McCain don't have the guts to stand up and speak the truth about their radical, out-of-the-mainstream views.
The choice issue has real potential to move female voters to Barack Obama -- there is a clear cut distinction between him and McCain and women are now listening.
We want to let women know that, no doubt about it, we have trust and confidence in Obama's ability and willingness to fight for a woman's right to choose.
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