"The historic rise of these attacks on women's health can be traced back to 2010," Cecile Richards, President of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, told The Progressive, "when out-of-touch tea party politicians picked up key seats in legislatures across the country, promising to create jobs and boost our economy--but immediately focused on ending access to safe and limiting women's health care options."
Media Resources: Guttmacher Institute 1/2/14; The Progressive 1/3/14; Feminist Newswire 9/16/13, 10/3/13, 10/7/13, 10/10/13, 11/1/13, 11/27/13, 12/2/13, 12/12/13, 1/2/14
12/19/2014 Incremental Gains for Women in Congress - When the 114th Congress is sworn into office on January 3rd, 2015, there will be exactly the same number of women in Senate as the year before, 20, and a record-high number of women in the US House, 84. . . .