There’s no doubt about it–women in Virginia are kicking butt and taking names. We started last year by electing a whole slate of progressive women to the House of Delegates.
Birth Control. STD Testing. Wellness Exams. Cervical Cancer Screenings. That’s what the Trump Administration and some Virginia congressman are attacking this time. Let’s start here. Title X is great. Title
Some in Congress – Including Rep. Dave Brat and Rep. Scott Taylor – Could Undo Hard-Won Victory, Cost Virginia Women April 26th marks the first anniversary of Governor Terry McAuliffe signing HB2267,
Thanks to (former) Governor Terry McAuliffe, you can now get 12 months of birth control at once in Virginia. That’s great! It’s cheaper and saves you time. What’s less great?
If you were stranded on a desert island, birth control might not be the first thing on your mind. But what if you’re in a regular small town, with no
From the Women’s March to the #MeToo movement, women everywhere are demanding equality and respect. Across the country, women have been standing up to say that we won’t allow ourselves
This month, I received a biopsy courtesy of Planned Parenthood. I live in Virginia and, for me, Planned Parenthood has consistently been a source of affordable and sometimes critical healthcare.
This is part of a series of posts on Delegate Rich Anderson, who is up for re-election in District 51. Read the other posts in this series: Rich Anderson’s Dog
Are you surprised that Trump decided to drop the requirement that employers cover birth control in their health insurance plans? Angry? Frustrated? I can bet that John Adams, GOP candidate for
Virginia Republicans have proven over and over again that they don’t care about women. They consistently vote against common sense bills that would help Virginia women access the health care