In Nebraska older children abandoned under law for babies; Palin and Biden agree on gay rights at debate; McCain administration would be a setback for women; Bush puts popular California family planning program at risk; Complaints filed against Bloomberg for pregnancy bias; EU to offer 18 weeks of maternity leave; and more.
Reproductive health bill to be debated in Philippines; National Organization of Women endorses Obama; The story of Joe Biden and the Violence Against Women Act; Palin says she fired Monegan for going above her head to secure funds to fight sexual abuse; More funding needed to fight HIV in Cleveland; Family planning and global population.
Editorials around the country call for common sense on both contraception and sex ed; policies for women are explored; advocacy groups enjoy Palin fundraising bounce; Joe Biden's Catholicism and the inconsistent Bishops.
CDC calls HIV infection rate for young black men "alarming"; Abortion has returned to the glaring spotlight of the 2008 election; Judge rejects abortion related anti-Obama group's request for FEC injunction.
Unless John McCain and Sarah Palin make a point of discussing specific policies that support young people's access to sexual health education, contraception for low income Americans, health care access for needy children and more - they are not "mixed" on reproductive health care and rights issues.