Category Archives: Pro choice

Hey doctors, it’s time for active resistance

I’ve been reading too many stories about doctors and hospitals which, when faced with women having miscarriages or ectopic pregnancies, call a lawyer first, or stand around  wringing their hands in case saving lives is…barred by state law. This perplexes … Continue reading

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“A Mother in Jail for Helping Her Daughter Have an Abortion”

Yesterday, I began to review the numerous articles I’d clipped and stored here, running as far back as 2010. Obviously, many of them no longer prompted me to comment so I hit the delete button. But then there was this. … Continue reading

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How can we confront this bizarre, destructive SCOTUS?

One word answer: Bedazzled. I had a lot of gun control ideas along this line but the New York State Legislature beat me to it — at amazing speed. Still, I want to offer the Bedazzled lesson as lanolin* for … Continue reading

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