Pro-Choice Friday News Rundown

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    Defunding Denied: Ohio House panel restores Planned Parenthood funding. (Ohio.com)
  • Texas can also forget about defunding Planned Parenthood. (HuffPo)
  • The state of Tennessee cares more about embryos than women. (Jezebel)
  • Are Women Too Stupid to Understand Abortion? Um, NO! (Slate XX Factor)
  • Is your doctor holding your birth control hostage? If so, you’re not alone. (Mother Jones)
  • The FDA could be close to approving the first drug for HIV prevention! (ABC News)
  • The approval of said drug would be welcome news for black women in metro Atlanta, who are being infected with HIV at alarming rates. (11Alive Atlanta)
  • Anti-choicers are champing at the bit to expose and shame women who’ve had abortions, and they’re not above stealing patient information from clinics and posting it online. (Care2)
  • This week, Utah became the only state in the country to enact a law that requires a 72- hour waiting period for a woman seeking an abortion. Any bets on which state will be the first to enact a 40 week waiting period? (Ms. Magazine)
  • Melinda Gates is crusading for women’s health and contraception worldwide. (The Daily Beast)
  • According to the CDC, teenage girls are waiting longer than ever to become sexually active and using contraception at levels never before seen! (CBS News)

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  1. The Mother Jones article was fascinating. I was talking about birth control being linked to pelvic exams with an Australian friend of mine, and she was absolutely shocked and disgusted that this is the prevailing practice in the United States. Apparently in Mexico you can get the Pill over the counter, even. Wow.

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