October 23, 2007

Weekly Round-Up

by Robin Reed, Online Outreach ManagerNational Women's Law Center

October 22, 2007

Speak for Yourself Justice Thomas; Our Law Degrees Are Priceless

Jill Morrison and Fatima Goss GravesNational Women’s Law Center

October 22, 2007

A Little Math on Roe v. Wade and the Supreme Court

by Gretchen Borchelt, Senior Counsel National Women’s Law CenterAccording to a speech Justice Ginsburg gave on Sunday, she doesn’t think the Court will overrule Roe v. Wade.  I wish I could be as optimistic.  But when

October 19, 2007

Why Our Private Eyes Will be Watching Dr. Orr

by Jen Swedish, Health FellowNational Women’s Law Center Three days ago, Steph Sterling wrote about Dr. Susan Orr, President Bush’s recent appointee to oversee the Title X family planning program, saying we’d be watching to make sure

October 19, 2007

Fresno State Pays Big for Discrimination

by Taryn Wilgus Null, MARGARET Fund FellowNational Women’s Law Center

October 18, 2007

Does Your State Make the Grade?

by Julia Kaye, Health and Reproductive Rights Program AssistantNational Women's Law Center (Cross-posted to Planned Parenthood Aurora) Suddenly the 2010 Winter Olympics I’ve been eagerly anticipating since ’06 can’t take long enough to get here. Yesterday’s release of

October 18, 2007

Further Questions for Judge Mukasey

by Rachel Rebouche, FellowNational Women’s Law Center

October 18, 2007

Media Madness over Maine Middle-School and the Pill

by Jill Morrison, Senior CounselNational Women’s Law Center

October 18, 2007

Heroes, Villains, and Single Sex Schools?

by Fatima Goss Graves, Senior CounselNational Women’s Law Center A blogger at Education and the Environment recently considered what the 2008 election could mean for single sex schools. A very important question (if you ask me), but

October 17, 2007

Surprising Perks for Women at Sea

by Jill Morrison, Senior CounselNational Women’s Law Center

October 17, 2007

Making the Grade on Women’s Health

by Robin Reed, Online Outreach ManagerNational Women's Law Center Today, NWLC released Making the Grade on Women’s Health: A National and State-by-State Report Card 2007. The Report Card is designed to promote the health and well-being of

October 16, 2007

New Bush Appointee to Lead Title X Family Planning Program Opposed Contraceptive Coverage

by Steph Sterling, Senior Advisor, Government AffairsNational Women's Law Center Last month, we wrote about the Family Research Council’s decision to oppose the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, in part because it gives states the option of