Email Congress: Roe v. Wade

Roe v. Wade was a settled Constitutional legal interpretation. It was a step forward for women's basic human rights. Then we all figure that we have this basic building block to work from. We were thinking of fair wages, equal opportunity for jobs, and education.

Surprise! Now the fascist father of wealth and plenty attacks us from behind.

Weirdly, this comes from some of the very same crowd that rebelled against forced mask-wearing and COVID-19 vaccinations. This faction wanted freedom. The nasty reality is that everyone should have freedom over their own bodies — unless you are a woman. Particularly bad if you are a poor or young woman. Statistically bad if you are a person of color.

These faith-based phonies know exactly what they are doing. they are stopping a woman's progress to stand on their own by putting a huge roadblock in the way of choice for their bodies and life. It's a repulsive need that they have. They want to punish women for having sex, for dressing like "they want to be raped" and for, basically, being the gender that sprouts the baby.

Baby girls have a right to be born, but it ends right there. As usual, the wealthy or well enough off will hardly feel this — initially.

The Women's Caucus of the Green Party of the United States stands firmly on the right of choice for women everywhere — always!

We hope that you will take this stand with us. There are lots of ways to do this. One that is easy enough to do right now is to send your Representatives this message asking them to represent the rights of all women, not just the rights of those who are anti-abortion.

Thank you!

National Women's Caucus
Green Party of the United States

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Here is the January 2021 news from the Green Party of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area.

Please choose and rank items you would like to see GPAMA direct its efforts in 2021. We plan to focus on the top-three items from the vote results. Thank you for your input.

We anticipate our monthly meeting to move from the second Thursday to the third Wednesday. It is not clear when this will take effect. Please check the web site for the latest news on this.

"Which candidates are actually talking about measures that will change the system that enables police to continually murder Black people and other people of colour with impunity? The system, this system, is inherently flawed. And we are the only party talking about that."

That's Angela Walker, Green Party candidate for vice-president. She's on the ticket in thirty states, yet most voters have never heard her name.

WASHINGTON — Green Party candidates for federal office said today that Judge Amy Coney Barrett is out of step with the facts and most Americans’ values on the climate crisis, race, healthcare, abortion, immigration and LGBTQ rights, and so her confirmation must be blocked. Greens also said Democrats have failed to use what powers they have to fight Barrett’s nomination, preferring instead to exploit her appointment for electoral gain.

Green Party presidential nominee Howie Hawkins said the appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice should wait until after Election Day, criticizing Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and other congressional Democrats for not using the minority’s parliamentary powers to delay the nomination. 

Penobscot Bay Pilot has posed questions to each candidate running for U.S. Congressional seats, providing the opportunity for the public to better understand their position on issues important to the state and nation.

Candidates responding with their individual written answers will have their responses stored in the Pilot’s 2020 Election Resource Guide.

Lisa Savage, Independent, is seeking election to represent Maine in the U.S. Senate.

  • Lively U.S. Senate debate puts front-runners Collins and Gideon on the hot seat

  • In one of the nation's most closely watched races, the candidates challenge one another on health care, racial inequality, judicial nominations and dark money in politics. You can watch it here.

Republican Sen. Susan Collins and Democrat Sara Gideon traded shots over health care, money in politics, judicial nominees and President Trump's reelection campaign during a fast-paced first debate of Maine's closely watched Senate race.

  • Help Wanted: Candidate to Run for U.S. Senate!

  • The Illinois Green Party is looking for a well-qualified candidate to run for U.S. Senate in 2020.

Instead of waiting for someone to come to us and then seeing if that person is a good fit, we have decided to set out our qualifications first, and then see if you, or anyone you know, would like to apply for the role.

Recently, Dee Taylor wrote to you about the saddening blow to women’s health rights in Alabama, where Governor Kay Ivey signed into law one of the most restrictive bills ever against a woman’s right to choose.

Strong Green women everywhere were shocked and outraged by this oppressive move to quash women’s health rights... but that’s not the worst of it.

Mobile Bay, Alabama – A woman's right to bodily autonomy is not to be trifled with. These regressive laws being passed by our out of touch state government to restrict women's rights will not go by without hearing our voices!

Sexism and women's oppression are blights on our society that go deep. We are seeing them institutionalized in front of our very eyes. We show that SOLIDARITY is stronger than their repressive attacks on women! Women are not second class citizens!

Two candidates are competing in the Nov. 6 election for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives to represent District 87, which includes Greenacres, Lake Clarke Shores, Lake Worth, Palm Springs and Westgate. It is the first time in a long time that the seat is being contested in a general election, with recent challenges ending after primary elections saw the winner unopposed in the general.

Samson LeBeau Kpadenou, a waiter and progressive labor activist representing the Green Party, will challenge incumbent David Silvers, an attorney and publisher in the Democratic Party who has held the seat since 2016.

Michigan Green Party gubernatorial candidate, Jennifer V. Kurland (Redford, MI), expressed dismay Wednesday over several key rulings handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States. Kurland said the decisions are among the worst ever made by the Court and reflect the opinions of the conservative ideologues who make up the majority.

"By ruling that anti-abortion health clinics have no obligation to fully inform women of their legal healthcare options, the majority on the Court have placed so-called free speech of the clinics over a woman's right to know," Kurland said. "Healthcare for women, most notably women of color, in our country is woefully insufficient and the maternal death rate in our country is already one of the highest among first world countries."