What We Missed

Lynn Redgrave died of breast cancer at age 67.
Some good news: Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson temporarily blocks enforcement of the state’s new extreme ultrasound law.
Arizona neo-nazi group dubs Cinco de Mayo “Report an Illegal Day.”
Sadly Arizona is not alone: at least 10 other states are considering anti-immigrant legislation.
May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month. The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health has released a report arguing stigma and shame targeted at young women are not effective approaches for prevention or health care.
Take action against Tennessee prohibiting all coverage for abortion in the health care exchange.

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2 Comments

  1. IAmGopherrr
    Posted May 3, 2010 at 8:11 pm | Permalink

    Republicans always wasting our time with stupid aimless, wasteful bills! This is why I converted from being an independant to a democrat for the 2009 election. However I have a hard time seeing whats wrong with the Oklahoma and Missouris proposals. Of course the Arizona type proposal is simply racist and was sponsored by neo nazis so of course I’m against anything that even remotely mirrors that.

  2. Anonymous
    Posted May 4, 2010 at 1:08 am | Permalink

    There may be some good news from a surprising front: can soaps deliver more than drama? http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/ideas/articles/2010/05/02/how_soap_operas_could_save_the_world/

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