Hot News Stories (4/20/15)Posted: April 20, 2015
The Hill (Washington, DC)
The Senate on Monday will resume efforts to end a month-long standstill over an anti-trafficking bill that has been derailed by abortion language.
Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA)
The 2015 legislative session is shaping up to be a primer in what abortion rights advocates call “junk science,” with elected officials across the country passing new laws based on theories that have been called into question or debunked by the wider medical community.
Seattle Times (Seattle, WA)
Contraceptives are the most effective way for women and men to plan their families and space out their children, but many Washington patients are possibly being misinformed by their insurance providers about their right to no-cost coverage on a full range of birth-control prescriptions.