Hot News Stories (4/24/15)Posted: April 24, 2015
The Hill (Washington, DC)
A new analysis from reproductive health research group the Guttmacher Institute calls for expanding access to contraception at school health centers, finding that fewer than 4 in 10 currently provide such services.
Cortez Journal (Cortez, CO)
Colorado State Representative Don Coram has made it a bit of a crusade to reduce teen pregnancy rates in Colorado and has a common-sense means of doing so: state funding for long-acting reversible contraception.
The Times of Trenton (Trenton, NJ)
Anti-choice Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ) is seeking to ban Plan B. Women must have the right to choose whether to receive emergency contraception after being raped. That choice should be an informed one, based upon personal beliefs and accurate medical information from doctors and nurses.