A war that is moving from the medical front, by denying health care to women by seeking new methods of closing down health clinics, to the political and education fronts.
I know that the “war on women” is becoming a bit old cliche. Yet, when a woman spearheads an attack against women but a “non-partisan, non-issue institute focused on making government accessible to all Missouri citizens by encouraging women’s full participation in the policy process,” something is amiss.
That organization is the Sue Shears Institute for Women in Public Life and it appears to be under attack by Missouri Sen. Jane Cunningham (R- Chesterfield), who attempting to attached a devastating amendment to one of the Missouri budget bills.
Why simply “appears?” Because the amendment has not been released to the public.
This attack also concerns the passing of the state budget in its entirety and that is just plain unthinkable and an untenable position.
Why attack the University of Missouri-St. Louis and the Spear Institute?
According to Sen. Jason Crowell (R- Cape Girardeau), the GOP does not want “taxpayer dollars to subsidize political careers.” More specifically, Democratic and liberal women’s political careers.
Read more: Missouri GOP’s Newest Attack on Women
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