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Friday, March 22, 2013
And in doing so gives fertilized eggs the rights of U.S. citizens while infringing on the rights of women in the state. Yikes. Their own Congresswoman, Kathy Hawken (R-Fargo) says the state has gone too far, "We have stepped over the line...North Dakota hasn’t even passed a primary seatbelt law, but we have the most invasive attack on women’s health anywhere."
Roe v. Wade states that a woman's right to privacy granted by the due process clause in the 14th amendment extends to abortions. Granted, this right needs to be exercised in consideration with protecting prenatal life and a woman's life. But the North Dakota law completely blindsides all concerns surrounding women's health. Learn more about what happened at ThinkProgress.
Thursday, March 21, 2013
I'm on Long Island for the week and one of the best things about being home is seeing my little brother. Every time I'm home it feels like he's grown another foot- he's taller than I am now! He's much more savvy than I am and is constantly showing me cool things he finds online, like this video. It's so catchy I couldn't help but share. Enjoy!
Nope, he's not using spray paint. What you're seeing is an artist cleaning the dirt off a wall in elaborate patterns and designs. Reverse graffiti. Find more about the people behind the movement here.