Statements about Women
The Wisconsin law repealed by Republicans, which allowed discriminated workers to sue in state court, "was kind of a gravy train" for lawyers.
Under a new law, doctors performing drug-induced abortions could be charged if women don’t return to them for follow-up care
Says Gov. Scott Walker signed abortion, sex education and discrimination bills "in secret."
"Only 14 percent of Catholics agree with the Vatican's position that abortion should be illegal."
"What president has the worst record on female labor force participation? Barack Obama."
"Women account for 92.3 percent of the jobs lost under Obama."
Says Wisconsin women facing pay discrimination can't "do something about it" under bill passed by Republicans.
Says Gloria Steinem once called Kay Bailey Hutchison a "female impersonator."
Says the Wisconsin Republican Party tweeted "Happy International Women's Day! You ladies should get paid less and not be able to make health care decisions."
"The poorest in this country are women."
"Nearly 45 percent of the women who receive health screenings through (the Women’s Health Program) do so at a Planned Parenthood health center."
Says that in fiscal year 2010, "nearly 80 percent of women served" in the Texas Women’s Health Program received services from a provider other than a Planned Parenthood clinic.
Says "the No. 2 cause of death in the U.S. (for) women under 50 is being killed by their spouse or domestic partner."
Says there have been "well over" 54 million abortions since 1973.
Says Wisconsin Assembly Republicans voted to repeal a law that ensures "that women cannot get paid less than a man for doing the same job."
"A clear majority of Americans support removing the cost-sharing requirement for prescription contraceptive coverage."
A socially conservative group sponsored a "prayer vigil" to stop people from buying Girl Scout cookies because it thinks the Girl Scouts are affiliated with Planned Parenthood.
While fighting a move to toughen penalties for workplace gender discrimination, state Sen. Glenn Grothman said "he didn’t believe women belonged in the workplace" but belonged "at home, cooking and cleaning and having babies."
"One out of four of our young people say they are victims of this (dating) violence."
"Over 40 percent of children born in America are born out of wedlock."
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