Hot News Stories (7/22/15)Posted: July 22, 2015
Tampa Bay Times (Tampa Bay, FL)
“Florida should consider replicating a Colorado project that offered free long-term birth control to young women and led to drastic declines in unintended pregnancies and abortions in that state. The results are most striking among teens and other young unmarried women under 25, allowing them to finish high school and college without the additional demands of child-rearing.”
NPR News (USA)
Anti-choice attacks on family planning clinics have dramatically reduced access to reproductive health services including abortion in Montana. After vandalism closed a clinic down in 2014, women are forced to travel across the state to access care.
The Hill (Washington, DC)
An anti-choice group targeting Planned Parenthood on Tuesday released a second secretly recorded video related to fetal parts, putting the group on the defensive and spurring fears on the left of a new ACORN scandal.