Mitt Romney’s LIES Called Out (Again)! Discrimination Against Pregnant Students? YES! No Matter What… VOTE! Thank You (96 Year Young) Mrs. Dorothy Cooper! THE IDECLAIR SHOW… REAL. RAW. RIGHT NOW… IDECLAIR IT!

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“Romney’s welfare ad is just another lie”

http://youtu.be/dsE2Z8Y8KWY

Published on Aug 7, 2012 by 

“Mitt Romney’s latest attack ad accused the president of giving away government money to a bunch of lazy freeloaders and “it’s a whole bunch of bunk,” says Jennifer Granholm.”
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Pregnant, in High School, and in Louisiana?   Take a look at this!

Thank you ACLU.ORG.  MUST READ.   Get more information here:

http://www.aclu.org/blog/reproductive-freedom-womens-rights/get-tested-or-get-out-school-forces-pregnancy-tests-girls

Get Tested Or Get Out: School Forces Pregnancy Tests on Girls, Kicks out Students Who Refuse or are Pregnant

By Tiseme Zegeye, ACLU Women’s Rights Project at 12:33pm

“In a Louisiana public school, female students who are suspected of being pregnant are told that they must take a pregnancy test. Under school policy, those who are pregnant or refuse to take the test are kicked out and forced to undergo home schooling.

Welcome to Delhi Charter School, in Delhi, Louisiana, a school of 600 students that does not believe its female students have a right to education free from discrimination. According to its Student Pregnancy Policy, the school has a right to not only force testing upon girls, but to send them to a physician of the school administration’s choice. A positive test result, or failure to take the test at all, means administrators can forbid a girl from taking classes and force her to pursue a course of home study if she wishes to continue her education with the school.

This is in blatant violation of federal law and the U.S. Constitution.”

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The Affordable Care Act helps young Women who are in need of assistance.

http://www.hhs.gov/ash/oah/oah-initiatives/paf

Office of Adolescent Health.

“Office of Adolescent Health News”

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“Let’s Hear about the Boys: Engaging Adolescent Males in Teen Pregnancy Prevention”

“In recognition of National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) hosted the second annual Teen Pregnancy Prevention Federal event on May 8, 2012, “Let’s Hear about the Boys: Engaging Adolescent Males in Teen Pregnancy Prevention.”  Joining OAH as co-hosts of the event were the Administration for Children Youth and Families; the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation; the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; the Office of Population Affairs; and the Office on Women’s Health. Speakers showcased the positive news related to recent declines in overall teen pregnancy rates, and highlighted the importance of increasing the engagement of adolescent males in teen pregnancy prevention efforts. To learn more about the event, and access related materials, click here.”

“National Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month: #TDVAM”

“During the month of February, we invite you to join the Office of Adolescent Health and the Department of Health and Human Services in recognizing National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.

Dating violence includes physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, and millions of teen have been affected. In fact, by the time they reach young adulthood, about four in 10 adolescents (both male and female) report experiencing physical or sexual dating violence.

This abuse can impact youth for the rest of their lives – compared to their peers that have not experienced dating violence, abused teens are more likely to:

  • Become pregnant;
  • Have lower self-esteem and poorer emotional well-being;
  • Have suicidal thoughts and attempts; and
  • Have eating disorders.

To spread awareness about dating violence among adolescents, OAH will lead a Twitter effort throughout the month of February from @TeenHealthGov. We will share key statistics on teen dating violence; helpful resources for teens, their families, and the practitioners who work with them; and promising approaches and practices in the field of dating violence awareness and prevention.

We also want to hear from you! We encourage you to share your story about how you or someone you know has been affected by teen dating violence, and/or resources that help someone to recover from a dating violence experience. Share on Twitter with the hashtag #TDVAM. Again, you can find us on Twitter at: @TeenHealthGov.

Go to @TeenHealthGov, and let’s get started!”

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“Healthy People 2020 Webinar: Adolescent Health (Part 7)”

http://youtu.be/b1qvp_iWtXk

Uploaded by  on Dec 28, 2011

“Dr. Trina Anglin, Chief of the Adolescent Health Branch, Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) presents on adolescent health objectives.”

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NO MATTER WHAT… VOTE!  

http://www.gottavote.org/ is a MUST READ & ENGAGE SITE to assist you in registration, and navigation of criteria necessary to vote.

Remember the courage, blood, sacrifice, and determination to exercise your Constitutional Right TO VOTE!  NO MATTER WHAT… VOTE!  

Thank you Mrs. Dorothy Cooper for your heroic, and courageous example.  

“Dorothy Cooper and the new Tennessee voter law – visit GottaVote.org for your state’s information”

Published on May 17, 2012 by 

Learn more: http://www.GottaVote.org

“Dorothy Cooper from Chattanooga, TN knows the importance of voting. She’s been voting in elections for over seventy years, and she doesn’t intend to miss the next one.

But this year the Tennessee legislature passed a law requiring voters to show an ID that they’ve never had to before. And since 2011, over two dozen GOP controlled states have been playing politics with democracy, passing strict new voter ID laws. These laws could make it harder for over 20 million eligible U.S. citizens to exercise their right to vote.

Dorothy was able to obtain her new voter ID, but only after producing five types of identification.

Get the facts on voting in your state at http://www.GottaVote.org

 

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