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This Week in Ladybits
Hang on to your foundation garments: We have some actual good news for ladybits this week.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down two very anti-ladybits state laws as unconstitutional. So no forcing women to get ultrasounds, and no restricting the use of medications to end a pregnancy. Thanks for not being horrible, Oklahoma justices.
Which is not to say that there wasn’t some suckola news as well.
For example, Mississippi’s Governor Phil Bryant, who’s all about the abstinence-only sex education, blames Mississippi teens for “not caring enough” about using birth control. Not that they’re whiffing on birth control because they’re massively underinformed about it or anything. Yeah, it’s probably that not caring thing.
Just in case you need to rage up for a couch-throwing contest or something, Salon and AlterNet summed up 5 States »
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