Hot News Stories (1/29/15)Posted: January 29, 2015
The Texas Tribune (Austin, TX)
Four years after an aggressive anti-choice legislative effort to keep Planned Parenthood from receiving state dollars for health care for low-income women, the Texas Senate is back at it — this time over funding for breast and cervical cancer screenings.
The Missouri Times (Jefferson City, MO)
In today’s hearings in the House Children and Family issues hearing, three separate anti-choice bills were proposed by the Republican majority.
Park City Daily News (Park City, KY)
The Kentucky Teen Pregnancy Prevention Strategic Plan compiled by the Department of Public Health intends to reduce teen births in Kentucky by 20 percent by 2020. One of the plan’s goals is to conduct and implement age-appropriate personal responsibility and sexuality education in Kentucky.