Sure, conservatives are playing defense these days over abortions thanks to the widely condemned remarks of Missouri Rep. Todd Akin.
That’s where the YG Network comes in during the Republican National Convention.
Though technically not part of the RNC, the network is sponsoring a Woman Up pavilion dedicated to showcasing conservative women and women’s issues. While the press talks abortion, abortion and abortion, the YG Network wants to talk about the economy, economy, economy.
More and more, women are the breadwinners in the household. They care about the economy, said Mary Anne Carter, an event organizer and former chief policy advisor to Republican Gov. Rick Scott. Women make almost all of the healthcare decisions for the family. We¹re going to have substantive policy discussions on these issues.