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Infographic: Oregon is the only state without anti-choice laws

TweetRemapping Debate has published a well-designed but absolutely terrifying graphic illustrating anti-choice legislation in all 50 states. Oregon is the only state that hasn’t passed any restrictions on Roe (supposedly allowed by the “undue burden” standard set by Planned Parenthood v. Casey). On the other end of the spectrum, Oklahoma has passed 22. You can [...]
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What We Missed

TweetAmanda Marcotte recounts an evening of feminist writing, and the sort of vitriol we put up with doing this work. A same-sex spouse was excluded from a military spouse group despite DADT repeal. Elizabeth Warren was appointed to the Banking committee, as well as Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP), which is a BFD. The Senate finally [...]
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Infographic: Health disparities faced by the transgender community

TweetToday is International Transgender Day of Remembrance, which calls on us to honor the memory of those “those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice.” Violence against trans and other gender non-conforming people persists in many forms, including unacceptable health disparities resulting from discrimination and poor care. This infographic from Fenway Health (via [...]
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What “Obamacare” will bring you the day after tomorrow

TweetWhile we won’t see the fruits of some of Obama’s Affordable  Care Act until 2014, a regulation goes into effect on August 1 guaranteeing certain free reproductive health care services. Check out this Center for American Progress infographic to see what this could mean for you: Tweet
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Infographic: marriage equality is officially mainstream

TweetCenter for American Progress has issued a report which looks at polls and demonstrates that the majority of the country supports marriage equality. Crosby Burns and Ben Harris write, In short, marriage equality is now a mainstream American value. Just a decade ago, however, a majority of Americans opposed laws and policies that extended marital rights [...]
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