A Maine judicial court heard arguments Wednesday over whether the state should be forced to subsidize women having abortions after the American Civil Liberties Union sued the state on allegations of discrimination.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Mary Beerworth, executive director of Vermont Right to Life, and Lucy Leriche, vice president of Public Policy for Planned Parenthood New England.
Comedian Bill Nye gave a talk at Planned Parenthood Tuesday night in which he suggested that keeping the population level to a minimum is the best way to roll back the scourge of global warming.
Members of Vermont Right to Life are speaking out against a policy shift at UVM Medical Center that now allows elective abortions, even up till the end of a woman’s pregnancy.
“The government should not be entangled with Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry,” Burke said. “Taxpayers should not be forced to fund abortion. In order to provide women with quality health care, public funding should be directed to qualified health care centers instead.”
What do rural women and girls need in order to rise above poverty? According to UN Women, they need abortion, “comprehensive sexuality education” and reduced parental rights.
Students at a high school plan to respond to the national movement of school walkouts to push for new gun controls with a pro-life walkout of their own.
An assessment of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England’s spending in recent years appears to show a trend away from health care spending in favor of political action.
Americans United for Life released its 2018 Life List Tuesday, ranking states based on their legal protections for human life from conception to natural death. Vermont is among the bottom three.
A prominent feminist sociology professor argues that society should joke about abortions more to help change how culture views the procedure.
There’s a new sheriff in Washington now, and a palpable sense of terror is gripping Planned Parenthood and its camp. Without their defender-in-chief or the courts to bail them out, they are finally being held accountable.