reproductive rights


V.24 No.48 | 11/26/2015

news

The Daily Word in targeting the intrauterine device as a"life-ending divide" and other interesting Christian views

The Daily Word

A former inmate at the old NM state penitentiary is going digging in the exercise yard for buried evidence of illegal organ harvesting.

Albuquerque will have a parade honoring Holly Holm on December 6th.

Here's how the unscrupulous Martin Shkreli became the owner of a pharmaceutical company.

How to spin your failed prediction of the apocalypse.

Pirelli Tires has a nifty 2016 calendar eschewing the usual models and exotica in favor of b&w photographs of respected female artists.

Some anti-abortion groups are working to make insurance coverage of IUDs less common by arguing IUDs are a "life-ending device" that violates the Religious Freedoms Act.

The last king of Ireland rules 150 people on Tory island.

You must hear what this pastor has to say about the audience in Bataclan who deserved to die by virtue of their attending an Eagles of Death Metal concert.

In case you really want to get an idea of how widespread government requests for internet-related personal information, the US released some long lists.

V.24 No.20 | 5/14/2015
Robert Maestas

News Bite

Sex and Suds

Beer & Bands for Better Sex Ed

Planned Parenthood joins forces with the craft beer scene to promote better sexual education in New Mexico.
View in Alibi calendar calendar
V.24 No.11 | 3/12/2015

Opinion

On Guard

Defending our reproductive rights

Six House Dems crossed the aisle in support of incrementalist anti-choice legislation aimed at chipping away reproductive rights.
V.22 No.44 | 10/31/2013
Compfight cc via The Bike Fed

Newscity

Late-term Abortion Ban Voting Starts Now

Junk science-based ordinance gets its weeks in court of public opinion

Learn where to vote early or via absentee ballot in the special election for District 7 runoff and, perhaps more importantly, the proposed late-term abortion ban.
V.22 No.34 |

news

The Daily Word in Syrian interventions, Albuquerque abortion bans, and OMG Miley Cyrus

The Daily Word

The Fort Hood gunman had an opportunity to make a final statement before sentencing. Here is a (paraphrased) transcript, "Defendant shrugged shoulders and mumbled 'Whatever man.'"

Santa Fe mulls over the eternal question of paper or plastic. Decides on paper. For everyone.

Yes, art can be a crime. In Russia. When it's a painting of Putin and Medvedev in women's underwear.

Looks like the abortion question will be on a Bernalillo County ballot sometime soon. Probably in a special election. Which will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. To decide on a ban that is already unconstitutional and will no doubt be overturned.

50 years after Martin Luther King, Jr. and the fight goes on.

Albuquerque is a top 20 city for early 20-somethings! Mainly because it's cheap to live here.

Looks like some kind of military intervention in Syria is inevitable.

But don't think about that. Miley Cyrus did a thing!

V.22 No.25 |

news

The Daily Word in sea monkey collections, gay marriage and Wendy Davis

The Daily Word

The Rio Grande has become way less grande.

And county employees are broiling in their building.

A Las Vegas, NM school district ruins it for everyone. Because somebody wrote its name down wrong.

The Supreme Court went gay! Let's all get married!

Texas hero-lady Wendy Davis successfully fights for reproductive rights and shows everyone how a filibuster is really done.

A Florida entomologist found the wasp boss-level.

Here's a dude who collects all the crap they used to sell in the back of old comic books. I love this dude.

V.21 No.44 | 11/1/2012
Georgia West
Margaret Wright

News Feature

Next Gen Justice

Young women tackle reproductive equity

Girl Tech participants say the “if, how and when” decisions about having kids should be left to mothers.
V.19 No.14 | 4/8/2010
Demonstrators make their way around Planned Parenthood during the yearly Good Friday protest.
Marisa Demarco

Newscity

The Abortion Battle

National tensions put one local clinic on high alert

Jenny Black's day began with red paint poured over the sidewalk and wire hangers strewn about her business' parking lot. Just another Good Friday, she said.

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