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Monthly Archives: April, 2016

  1. Oklahoma Just Banned Abortions

    Anti-choice extremists spend a lot of time lying to women about the effects of abortion. Post-abortion syndrome is not a real medical diagnosis, and there is no evidence linking breast cancer to abortion. Yet the lies continue. What we do know is that women denied abortions face a cascade of medical, social, and psychological ill…

  2. Could Trump Really Become President?

    A year ago, a Donald Trump presidency seemed like little more than a bad joke from a worse dream. Now it’s looking more and more possible. Some polls even have him beating a Democrat in the General Election. So would a Donald Trump presidency be as bad as it seems? Absolutely. Trump’s long history of…

  3. Is Post-Abortion Syndrome Real?

    In the dystopian world of anti-choice politics, there’s a Holocaust happening in doctor’s offices and women’s uteruses across the nation. Abortion is, to them, a more serious human rights violation than the killing of actual living children, than the suffering children in poverty face, than the painful realities of domestic violence. Republicans have long struggled…

  4. Why Republicans Try to Regulate Women’s Periods

    Why Republicans Try to Regulate Women’s Periods Abortion extremists have taken their fight to such extremes that women may now have to report any evidence of a miscarriage. Because most miscarriages occur before a woman even knows she’s pregnant, this means that laws regulating miscarriage could actually criminalize menstruation–in other words, simply experiencing something most…

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  • Arizona Repeals Near-Total Abortion Ban
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 3, 2024Contact: naf@berlinrosen.com Statement from Brittany Fonteno, President  & CEO of the National Abortion Federation I am thrilled that Arizona’s governor signed the bill to repeal the state’s Civil War-era, near-total abortion ban, and incredibly grateful to all the abortion advocates whose righteous rage pressured lawmakers into repealing this horrific ban. As a… […]
  • Supreme Court Hears Case About Emergency Access to Abortion Care
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 24, 2024Contact: naf@berlinrosen.com Today, the Supreme Court of the United States hears arguments in Idaho v. United States and Moyle v. United States, concerning the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) in yet another case that could have a major effect on abortion access. Below is a statement from the CEO of the National Abortion Federation… […]

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