Tag Archives: planned parenthood

Something Fishy at Reef Restaurant in Houston

Update 5/14/13: I don’t have all of the details yet, and want to double-check before I spread news that isn’t mine to spread, but it sounds like the Reef and Planned Parenthood folks have come together to bridge the gap, … Continue reading

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Ann Johnson is Pro-Choice, Sarah Davis is Not

I strongly encourage residents of Texas House District 134 to vote for Ann Johnson for state representative in the upcoming election. If women’s health, reproductive rights, and bodily integrity are important to you, Ann Johnson is the candidate who deserves … Continue reading

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Donate Your Co-Pay Day

Today, if you have insurance, you should now be able to get birth control without paying a co-pay. This matters because giving women access to the means to control their fertility and decide when and whether to bear children has … Continue reading

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Spending Money in Texas Because Texas Votes Matter

New York City, Los Angeles, and Texas all gripe about politicians treating us like ATMs—hitting us up for cash they spend elsewhere. As a progressive in Texas, it can be frustrating to see national candidates and committees lavish attention on … Continue reading

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If You Support Birth Control & Planned Parenthood, Say It Loud & Say It Proud (And Put It On Your Website)

I’ve long been frustrated by liberal/progressive candidates who hide the ball on their websites and in campaign material when it comes to stating their support for abortion rights and birth control. If they mention it at all, candidates tend to … Continue reading

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