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Who’s legislating on women’s reproductive rights?
Men. Lots of men.
On Wednesday a House committee approved The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which bans abortion performed after 20 weeks, using the argument that a fetus can feel pain beyond that point. All 20 yes votes came from men.
Michelle Bachmann’s congressional report card doesn’t have too many legislative accomplishments so far.
Do you think she’ll rack up anything more before she departs next year?
Republican Governor Bob McDonnell will take a concrete step forward for voting rights Wednesday as he unveils a new plan to help nonviolent felons have their voting rights restored.
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Bobby Jindal’s decision to block Medicaid expansion in Louisiana is keeping hundreds of thousands of people from getting health care access they need.
Fortunately, PoliticsNation is teaming up with the National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC) to help solve the problem — find out how you can help too: http://on.msnbc.com/10J20uH
Ask Rev: Sharpton answers viewer questions on GOP, weight loss, scandals, and perseverance
Even when the Affordable Care Act is fully implemented, there may still be millions of Americans who need health insurance.
Fortunately, we’re stepping up to help give them the health care they needed. Will you help us? http://on.msnbc.com/urgentcarepn
The GOP’s got a new plan to suppress the youth vote in Ohio that might be able to make schools help disenfranchise students: http://on.msnbc.com/154soWJ
Could Alaska’s most famous ex-governor become its newest senator? Members of the Tea Party Leadership Fund appear to be hoping for just that.
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