US Rep Richmond apologizes for joke about Kellyanne Conway
Posted on 3/6/2017 10:43:00 AM.

US Representative Cedric Richmond has apologized after making a joke about a viral photo of Kellyanne Conway. Richmond said at the Washington Press Club Foundation dinner that Conway looked familiar while kneeling on a couch in the Oval Office. President of the National Organization for Women in Baton Rouge Angela Adkins says apologizing was the right thing for Richmond to do.
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Supreme Court abortion ruling gets mixed responses from public
Posted on 6/28/2016 6:16:00 AM.

People on both sides of the Texas abortion Supreme Court ruling are sounding off on the issue. The ruling overturned a law that restricted women’s access to abortion clinics. That’s according to Executive Director of the National Organization for Women in Louisiana, Angela Adkins. She hopes this paves the way for the similar law in Louisiana to be struck down.
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Bill to extend waiting period for abortions moves to Senate floor
Posted on 4/27/2016 12:23:00 PM.

A bill to extend the waiting period for getting an abortion to 72 hours has been approved by the Senate Health and Welfare Committee. Sancha Smith, the State Director for Concerned Women for America, spoke in favor of the measure and sharing her experience getting an abortion at 16-years-old.
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