Hot News Stories (11/7/14)Posted: November 7, 2014
RH Reality Check (USA)
The anti-choice amendment that recently passed in Tennessee did so while other anti-choice laws failed on Tuesday–possibly because its backers were less transparent about the bill’s dangerous ramifications.
Atlanta Blackstar (Atlanta, GA)
A study in the St. Louis, Missouri community has shown that widening access to birth control options drastically cuts teen pregnancy rates.
Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, AL)
A federal judge sharply criticized anti-choice witnesses brought on by the state of Alabama in a case about the legality of clinic regulations.