Anti-Abortion Catholics divided on excommunicating Cuomo
Many anti-abortion Catholics began calling for Governor Andrew Cuomo’s excommunication after the Reproductive Healthcare Act passed through the New York state legislature on January 22. But not all Catholics, both leaders and laity, agree on excommunicating the governor. Concerns range from political repercussions from the governor to hurting the Church’s reputation. On both sides of the debate, church leaders are publically sharing their opinion.
Abortion fight will continue in NYS despite new reproductive law
Edward Mechmann, Director of Public Policy at the Archdiocese of New York, was the keynote speaker at Human Life Review’s […]
Abortion Access Hackathon offers crucial tech skills to providers and advocates
But the introduction of basic technology, such as a working website or searchable database, can make a crucial difference in the work of abortion providers, advocates, and clients.
Special Report: Midterm Elections 2014
Cuomo’s Women’s Equality Agenda Raises More Questions Than Answers
The 10-point Women’s Equality Agenda seeks to improve many aspects of women’s lives, including pay equity, access to abortion and protection for domestic abuse victims.
Special Report: Election 2012
American Catholics Divided over Politics of Contraception and Poverty
Far from being a voting bloc in the Nov. 6 elections, they are sharply divided over abortion, contraception, same-sex marriage and poverty.
Anti-abortion groups target African-Americans
Billboards are part of a national campaign to deter Africans-Americans from having an abortion.
New legislation targets crisis pregnancy centers
EMC and other pregnancy services centers like it have become the focus of a controversial piece of legislation passed March 2 by the New York City Council.