Today is the 38th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits federal funds from being used to pay for abortion except in the cases of rape, incest, or life-threatening situations. Read about why it’s long past time to end this unjust provision that hurts low-income people, and how young people have been hitting the road to overturn it. Check out a couple great pieces on the Community blog today too.
Pediatricians recommend long-term, super-effective, hard-to-mess-up birth control options like the IUD and implant for teens.
The US had a universal child care program once, during WWII.
According to a HuffPo analysis, students found responsible for sexual assault on college campuses were expelled in 30 percent of cases and suspended in 47 percent of cases.