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In December the Michigan Republicans passed a citizen-initiated bill, backed by Right to Life, that would require women to purchase extra insurance coverage in order to obtain an abortion–even if that pregnancy that was the result of a sexual assault. This type of legislation is a direct violation of women’s civil liberties and is a governmental stance in support of rape culture.
These actions are deplorable and we refuse to stand by and let this type of legislation regulate the female body. If you would like to learn more about the bill itself and what you can do to help change the situation for the millions of women across our state, join us as we host Senate Democratic Leader Gretchen Whitmer and a representative from Planned Parenthood. They will be here to discuss the bill and answer any questions you may have
The event will be held at 7:00pm in room 339 Case Hall
If you would like to know more about the legislation prior to the event, please refer to these links
The MSU College Democrats are proud to announce our endorsement of Curtis Hertel Jr. for State Senate for the 23rd District of the Michigan Senate. A Spartan alum and former MSU College Democrat, Curtis has proven to be one of our community’s greatest leaders. With nearly 300,000 college students in Michigan, Curtis understands the importance of restoring investment in higher education and tackling rising tuition costs. Lansing desperately needs experienced and committed leaders who will fight for Michigan’s success. We have full confidence in Curtis as our next State Senator. We’re excited for Curtis’ campaign and we’re very proud to make him our Democrat of the Week!
Following an endorsement by the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Michigan Union Mark Schauer has released a new ad aimed at showing the Michigan public that he plans to make education a top priority if elected governor. We as the MSU College Democrats are overjoyed to hear that he is promising to focus on our needs as students and how together we can build a stronger and more enjoyable Michigan. To view the commercial and read more about Schauer’s commitment please follow this link.
Join us TONIGHT to watch President Barack Obama deliver the annual State of the Union Address! We’ll be in the James Madison Library on the third floor of Case Hall, 9PM. There will be cookies too! Cookies, Obama, and some awesome Dems? Sounds like a good night to us! Check out The White House site for info on the State of the Union.
“Roe v. Wade turns 41 today. That’s 41 years of protecting every woman’s constitutional right to make her own personal health care decisions. And we won’t let politicians take that right away. #WeNeedRoe“
Join us this week with the James Madison College Student Senate and Residential Housing Association for a free screening of Robert Reich’s, “Inequality for All”. Reich’s award-winning documentary examines the crisis of economic inequality and wealth distribution in America. The screening will be this Saturday, January 25th at 6:30PM in 112 Wells. Follow this link for the trailer.
We were excited to hear about Priorities Michigan, a new project designed and launched by Nathan Triplett, Mayor of East Lansing and MSU Dem Alumni. This project is geared toward educating the public on what is actually going on with budget cuts and to push for more funding for “kids, our communities and our future.” Public awareness is one of the most important aspects of politics, and to have an educated voter base is our greatest weapon against the dreadful Republican legislature. If you would like to get involved or would like more information please be sure to like their Facebook page or follow them on Twitter.
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