Comparative Abortion Policy

Some additional comparative info (internationally and state-to-state).

To go along with my previous post, some additional resources and reports.

Some comparative info:

More on US restrictions and policies at the state level:

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  1. teve tory says:

    OT: other countries introduce pro-breastfeeding resolution, US (on behalf of formula manufacturers) threatens the countries with economic penalties if they sponsor it, other countries back down, Russia sponsors it, US doesn’t say anything, resolution passes.

    Jesus Christ.

  2. KM says:

    @teve tory:
    Just goes to show what a sham all this “concern” is from the “family values” party.

    They value your family alright – the dollar signs in their eyes can only be diminished by the ones in their Masters’.

  3. teve tory says:

    @KM: If you could go back in time 20 years and tell me Donald Trump would be president I would laugh. If you went back in time and told me the GOP, most especially the GOP president, would be clearly, obsequiously submissive to Russia’s KGB dictator, I would wonder if you had proper treatment for your schizophrenia.