Hot News Stories (4/1/15)Posted: April 1, 2015
Texas Observer (Houston, TX)
The Texas state House budget, which hit the floor yesterday for what’s likely to be a spirited debate over funding for state programs, includes approximately $20 million more for women’s health services over the next two years than lawmakers originally proposed in January.
Time Magazine (USA)
A majority of young Republicans believe every woman should have access to affordable birth control, according to a new poll by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.
New Hampshire Leader (Concord, NH)
New Hampshire’s new abortion clinic buffer zone law, meant to protect all women trying to access reproductive health services, is as controversial now as it was a year ago when it was adopted, just before the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a similar Massachusetts law unconstitutional.