Tag Archives: pro-choice

Photos of the Day: Pro-choice decorating at Hobby Lobby

Tweet Still pissed about the Hobby Lobby ruling? Follow Jasmine Shea‘s lead and vent that frustration with some creative rearranging at your local Hobby Lobby store. (Offering the cashier a package of birth control pills along with your payment is another idea.) You can find the store closest to you here. (h/t Bitch) Tweet
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Chart of the Day: Fewer state abortion restrictions were passed in the first half of 2014

TweetBut it’s hardly time to break out the champagne. While this year is looking better than the last few, according to Guttmacher’s new numbers on state anti-choice laws, abortion access is still under attack in the states. So far this year, 13 states have adopted 21 new anti-choice laws–which is about half the number that had been [...]
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Breaking: SCOTUS strikes down Massachusetts’ buffer zone law

TweetThe Supreme Court ruled today that Massachusetts’ abortion buffer zone law, which requires anti-choice activists harassers to stay 35 feet away from clinic entrances, violates their freedom of speech. SCOTUS issued their decision from within their own comfy buffer zone that keeps picketers outside their 252-by-98-foot plaza. The fact that buffer zones are even necessary to ensure people have [...]
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Obvious Child: The movie about abortion we’ve been waiting for

TweetEd. note: This a guest post by Steph Herold on the eagerly anticipated new film Obvious Child, which opens in select theaters tomorrow. Steph works to create culture change around abortion so that we can have many more abortion rom coms. Spoiler alert for general themes, but almost none of the jokes! Think fast: what was the [...]
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Judge overturns Arkansas’s obviously unconstitutional 12-week abortion ban

TweetLast year, Arkansas state legislators overrode a governor’s veto in order to secure the dishonor of having the most blatantly unconstitutional abortion ban in the country. Guess what prize comes with that title? Having the courts strike it down. Surprise!  Tweet
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