RedState Women appears to be founded on the same basic formula as most of the other recent Republican efforts to reach out to women. Namely, "let's talk about something other than forced ultrasounds, shall we?" Which would be a lot easier if their party didn't keep passing forced ultrasound laws. But really:
“It’s not just about, are you pro-life or pro-choice,” [RedState Women's executive director] said. “It’s a lot more than that. Women have a wide range of interests. We want to make sure we reach them.”And as long as women's interests aren't in raising the minimum wage, extending emergency unemployment aid, paid sick leave, paid family leave, stronger job protections during pregnancy, or paycheck fairness, RedState Women might just have the ticket. Don't you just love how they keep trying to change the subject from abortion, while not actually having any viable policy areas to change the subject to?