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Some of my recent posts over at Our Bodies Our Blog, the blog of Our Bodies Ourselves. There are links to lots of stories of interest on OBOS’s on Twitter and Facebook accounts as well.: Women Make Movies: New Releases Include Films on Virginity, Women in Prison and Body Image State by State: Laws Restricting […]<img alt="" border="0" src="http://stats.wordpress.com/b.gif?host=womenshealthnews.wordpress.com&blog=864188&post=7822&subd=womenshealthnews&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">

Sunday News Round-Up, Stay in the Air Conditioning Edition

Some of my recent posts over at Our Bodies Our Blog, the blog of Our Bodies Ourselves. There are links to lots of stories of interest on OBOS’s on Twitter and Facebook accounts as well.: Women Make Movies: New Releases Include Films on Virginity, Women in Prison and Body Image State by State: Laws Restricting […]

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Sunday News Round-Up, OBOS-Style

This week I’m highlighting some things from Our Bodies Ourselves! Some recent posts of interest that I have up at the Our Bodies Ourselves blog: New Developments in OTC Emergency Contraception Court Case The Obama administration – via the Justice Department – is still appealing the order that emergency contraception be made available to women […]

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In Texas, Restoring Family-Planning Cuts Without Ruffling Feathers Using taxpayer dollars to finance family-planning services has become politically thorny in Texas, largely because of Republican lawmakers’ assertions that the women’s health clinics providing that care are affiliated with abortion providers. In the fiscal crunch of 2011, the Legislature cut the state’s family-planning budget by two-thirds, [...]<img alt="" border="0" src="http://stats.wordpress.com/b.gif?host=womenshealthnews.wordpress.com&blog=864188&post=7553&subd=womenshealthnews&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">

Sunday News Round-Up, Catastrophizing Edition

In Texas, Restoring Family-Planning Cuts Without Ruffling Feathers Using taxpayer dollars to finance family-planning services has become politically thorny in Texas, largely because of Republican lawmakers’ assertions that the women’s health clinics providing that care are affiliated with abortion providers. In the fiscal crunch of 2011, the Legislature cut the state’s family-planning budget by two-thirds, […]

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Forced Ultrasound and Post-Ultrasound Waiting Period for Abortion Proposed in Tennessee – My analysis of the bill from last month. Jim Tracy Withdraws His Ultrasound Bill – includes discussion and speculation on SJR127, the proposed state constitutional amendment that would allow more restrictions after passage and allow a total ban in the unlikely event that [...]<img alt="" border="0" src="http://stats.wordpress.com/b.gif?host=womenshealthnews.wordpress.com&blog=864188&post=7526&subd=womenshealthnews&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">

Proposed Forced Ultrasound Legislation Withdrawn in Tennessee

Forced Ultrasound and Post-Ultrasound Waiting Period for Abortion Proposed in Tennessee – My analysis of the bill from last month. Jim Tracy Withdraws His Ultrasound Bill – includes discussion and speculation on SJR127, the proposed state constitutional amendment that would allow more restrictions after passage and allow a total ban in the unlikely event that […]

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