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When was the last time you asked a politician for medical advice? We’re guessing never—but that hasn’t stopped a number politicians from trying to get involved in personal and private medical decisions.

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Planned Parenthood Patients in Texas Banned from Breast and Cervical Cancer Services Program

Texas politicians are cutting cancer screenings for thousands of poor women. All because they have some crazed vendetta against Planned Parenthood.

Gynotician Alert of the Week: May 22, 2015

This week: Tennessee gynoticians force women to wait 48 hours for a safe, legal abortion; Maine gynoticians are pushing medically unnecessary restrictions on abortion providers; Missouri is fining insurers for covering abortion (srsly!); the Texas GOP is making it even more impossible for minors to obtain safe and legal abortion; and Sen. Lee Bright continues his quest to make sure rape and incest survivors are denied their basic rights in South Carolina.

Politician Sabotages Anti-Abortion Bill After Exceptions for Rape and Incest Get Added

Lee Bright really wants to ban abortion after 20 weeks, but once a 20-week bill was amended to include exceptions for rape and incest, Bright threw a fit and tried to block a vote on it.

Spotlight on Republican Senators Who Support Women’s Health at Home and Abroad

It’s National Women’s Health Week, and it’s a great time to think about what you can do to improve your health (like scheduling that doctor’s appointment you have been putting off)! It’s also a good opportunity to reflect on the importance of U.S. leadership in supporting women’s health globally.

Gynotician Alert of the Week: May 15, 2015

This week: The appalling 20-week ban passes in the House; Texas gynoticians are severely restricting access to safe and legal abortions for minors; and South Carolina gynotician Lee Bright makes enemies on both sides of the aisle.

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