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2015/01/27 06:46
2015/01/27 06:46
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The woman has no name, no country, no story beyond the parable of irresponsibility. The name may be unimportant, because we know her story. We’ve heard it before. Once, said Pope Francis, he met a...
2015/01/27 06:46
2015/01/27 06:46
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2015/01/25 02:25
2015/01/25 02:25
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The Bethlehem woman was 7 months pregnant and, by her own account, snorting $100 worth of heroin a day when police arrested her. Toni Hill Rice told investigators she was afraid to go to the doctor...
2015/01/24 04:14
2015/01/24 04:14
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This past December, the CDC released abortion numbers for the year 2011. The CDC's figures indicated that among states consistently reporting data, the number of abortions fell by 4.6 percent between...
2015/01/24 03:19
2015/01/24 03:19
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Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback (AP Photo/John Hanna) Republicans on Capitol Hill this week suffered an embarrassing defeat after being forced to drop legislation that would have outlawed abortions after...
2015/01/23 01:33
2015/01/23 01:33
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WASHINGTON – Tens of thousands of abortion opponents, including several hundred from Buffalo, crowded onto the National Mall on Thursday to continue a fight that they believe is starting to result in...
2015/01/22 23:56
2015/01/22 23:56
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Updated: 01/22/2015 5:26 PM Created: 01/22/2015 5:12 PM WDIO.com By: Briggs LeSavage blesavage@wdio.com Nearly 50 protestors gathered outside the Building for Women in Duluth Thursday to make...
2015/01/22 18:09
2015/01/22 18:09
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Mario Cuomo, who was one of America's most prominent pro-choice politicians, liked to say that one campaigned in poetry and governed in prose. The Republican Party came face to face with this reality...
2015/01/22 17:47
2015/01/22 17:47
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On what will be the 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision, thousands are expected to participate in the March For Life’s annual pro-life march. Years after the court handed down...
2015/01/22 11:19
2015/01/22 11:19
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MANILA, Philippines — A tropical storm rages outside, and Ruzel Delovino gathers her family into their dimly lit one-room home. A light bulb flickers as she cooks a small pot of rice, shared among her...
2015/01/22 03:43
2015/01/22 03:43
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Shortly after the doctor terminated her pregnancy in the 21st week, a clear-eyed young woman sat down to do something rare in this country: talk about her abortion. “I feel relieved,” she said,...
2015/01/21 15:52
2015/01/21 15:52
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Last updated: Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 9:05 AM Manufacturing Jobs Obama made the inflated claim that “more than half of manufacturing executives have said they’re actively looking to bring jobs...
2015/01/20 13:15
2015/01/20 13:15
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What a sight! Over 25 times from the top of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., I have seen a sea of people marching to proclaim the dignity of unborn human life, and how death-dealing abortion sends...
2015/01/19 19:21
2015/01/19 19:21
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Although they continue to be overshadowed by less expensive, less effective birth control methods, long-acting reversible contraceptives such as intrauterine devices are gaining ground, according to...
2015/01/19 02:20
2015/01/19 02:20
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Legislation banning the “dismemberment” of a fetus is being pitched as a game changer because it could outlaw an entire type of abortion procedure, pro-life activists said. “Dismemberment” abortions...
2015/01/17 23:30
2015/01/17 23:30
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To say abortion opponents are feeling fired up in 2015 would be a massive understatement. In their first week back at work, congressional Republicans introduced a sweeping prohibition on abortions...
2015/01/16 12:56
2015/01/16 12:56
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Most abortions, which take place in the first trimester, do not involve taking active steps to stop the fetal heartbeat before the procedure is carried out, though obviously the procedure itself stops...
2015/01/15 07:57
2015/01/15 07:57
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ROGERS -- High teen pregnancy rates in Arkansas affect not just one generation but also the next, University of Arkansas assistant professor Kristen Jozkowski said Wednesday at an event to discuss...
2015/01/14 20:49
2015/01/14 20:49
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It will be 42 years on Jan. 22 since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on the issue of abortion in the well-known case Roe v. Wade. Abortion advocates claim that Roe is settled case law, but after more...
2015/01/07 07:48
2015/01/07 07:48
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In our culture, women are expected to manage contraception, including many methods that can carry significant risks. In my opinion, that’s a form of discrimination. Luckily, science is finally...
2015/01/06 14:36
2015/01/06 14:36
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They are white, black, Latino and Asian. They lean left and they lean right. They are rural, urban, suburban, young and old. Almost eight years after the crash on Wall Street, with inequality...
2015/01/27 06:46
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