Louisiana abortion case heard by Supreme Court

“This law isn’t about legal access to abortion,” Hawkins said. “This law is about whether or not abortion clinics should be held to the same safety standards as other surgical facilities throughout the state of Louisiana.”

ALERT: Contact Your Senators – VAWA must be Reauthorized 

We know this alert is a bit long – but it is VERY IMPORTANT as Violence Against Women programs could be weakened and under-funded by the Republican-controlled Senate.  ACTION: Please call your senators, especially if they are Republicans, and ask them

Will the Supreme Court reward violence against abortion providers?

On March 4, the Supreme Court will hear June Medical Services v. Russo.

FDA approves first low-dose contraceptive patch Twirla after seven years of testing

Valentine’s Day marked a milestone in the history of women’s health, when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new low-dose contraceptive transdermal patch, Twirla.

Toni Van Pelt’s interview with Canadian TV News on Weinstein. #MeToo #TimesUp

Toni Van Pelt’s interview with Canadian TV News on Weinstein.