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The Equality Act: A Devastating Threat to Women

by Heather Higgins

The Equality Act will come with devastating unintended consequences for women.

A new folly of identity politics: 'Separate but equal' commencements

by Tammy Bruce

This divisive tool is now creating divisions in the very experience that is meant to expand one’s world and our belonging in it...

Letter: IWV Supports The Allowing Greater Access to Safe and Effective Contraception Act

by Hadley Heath Manning

Independent Women’s Voice, which fights to enhance people’s freedom, choices, and opportunities, is proud to support The Allowing Greater Access to Safe and Effective Contraception Act.

Equality Act Endangers Sex-Segregated Sports and Safe Women-Only Places

by Carrie Lukas

Women should have a right to separate spaces from biological males when necessary, but the Equality Act endangers sex-segregated sports as well as safe women-only places like shelters for women and children fleeing abusive and dangerous situations.

Coalition Letter: Women Across America Tell Speaker Nancy Pelosi the Equality Act Harms Women and Girls

by Press Team

Independent Women's Voice joins Concerned Women for America LAC, Women’s Liberation Front, Save Women’s Sports, Hands Across the Aisle Coalition for Women, and many more united in sending a clear message to Speaker Nancy Pelosi that the "Equality Act" goes too far and will negatively affect women and girls. Those that signed the letter oppose the bill.

Child Safety Accounts Proposed for DC School Children

by Vicki Alger

CSAs are tax-free accounts that parents could use to pay for tuition, tutoring, transportation, and other education-related expenses, including therapy to cope with a safety incident. If enacted, DC would be the first nationwide to have an education savings account (ESA) program dedicated to student safety.

Are Democratic Voters Abandoning Identity Politics?

by Patrice Onwuka

New data point to left-leaning voters leaning away from gender and race and toward other factors for 2020.

House Democrats’ Backhanded Compliment to Attorney General Barr

by Erin Hawley

House Democrats on the Judiciary Committee are in an uproar because Attorney General William Barr has objected to answering questions from staff lawyers. But the Attorney General is on good ground. The Executive, after all, is a separate and equal branch of the federal government.

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