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Herman Cain has announced that he will attend the Republican Party of Sarasota’s “Statesman of the Year” dinner, to honor Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour.
A spokesperson for the Florida Department of Health tells The Florida Independent that budget authority was denied for a competitive grant More…
Leading up to the 2012 election, women are watching — more specifically, Planned Parenthood is watching.
Mississippians will decide today whether or not to approve a so-called “fetal personhood” amendment — a deeply divisive measure that would define life as beginning at the moment of conception.
Speaking on Meet the Press on Sunday, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman became the first potential GOP presidential nominee to publicly express concerns with the “fetal personhood” amendment that appears on Mississippi’s ballot today.
Despite past statements to the contrary, some “fetal personhood” supporters are now admitting that, if enacted, their legislation would likely not only outlaw abortion, but some forms of birth control, as well.