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Down Syndrome Abortion Bill Back Before Ohio Lawmakers
WOSU Public Media, - October 10, 2017

The bill would make it a fourth-degree felony to perform, induce or attempt an abortion in the case of the chance that a fetus would have Down Syndrome. The House version has already hosted two hearings with comments from supporters, but this week, oppo

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Rivals alike in opposing abortion
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, Indiana - October 10, 2017

Abortion rights opponents might have to consider other issues when assessing two prominent candidates for the Republican nomination for a U.S. Senate seat from Indiana.U.S. Reps. Luke Messer and Todd Rokita have identical voting records on federal legi

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LCC students voice disapproval over anti-abortion display on campus
KVAL, Oregon - October 10, 2017

EUGENE, Ore. - Hundreds of people in Lane County turned their attention to Lane Community College on Monday, where a number of anti-abortion messages were put on display.The display showed disturbing images of aborted fetuses, along with graphic pictu

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Twitter Should Stay Out Of Abortion Politics For Its Own Good
The Federalist, - October 9, 2017

tâs not the first time the social media giant has run interference for the abortion industry.In the ad, Blackburn claims, “I fought Planned Parenthood and we stopped the sale of baby body parts. Thank God.â Fact check: True. A Twitter representative informed ...

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Gay Coffee Shop Owner Kicks out Anti-Abortion Activists, Video Goes Viral
TheStranger.com, Washington - October 9, 2017

The drama started after the group Abolish Human Abortionâwhich is behind those gay butterflies spotted around town in recent weeksâdecided to fuel up at Bedlam after some Westboro-style street harrassment in Belltown, complete with handing out photos of aborted ...

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The GOP is craven and the Democrats are extremist on an abortion restriction most Americans favor
Los Angeles Times, California - October 9, 2017

Large majorities of Americans believe first-trimester abortions should be legal. But once pregnancy moves into the second trimester â that is, at 12 to 24 weeks â only 27% of Americans have a pro-choice position. These Gallup poll results mirror policy in most ...

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Missouri abortion lawsuit heading to state Supreme Court
Washington Post, District of Columbia - October 9, 2017

ST. LOUIS â One of the nation's longest waiting periods for an abortion will face the scrutiny of the Missouri Supreme Court after a state appeals court ruled in favor of an adherent of the Satanic Temple who challenged the law on religious grounds.

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Pro-Life Congressman Who Asked Mistress To Abort Will Resign
The Onion (satire), New York - October 9, 2017

Pro-Life Congressman Who Asked Mistress To Abort Will ResignRep. Tim Murphy (R-PA), an outspoken abortion critic, announced his resignation after revelations that he asked a woman he was having an affair with

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Are We Too Comfortable with Abortion?
National Catholic Register (blog), Connecticut - October 9, 2017

Back in 2012, long-time pro-life champion Dr. Monica Migliorino Miller wrote an eye-opening page-turner, The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars. At the time, I interviewed her for a Celebrate Life magazine article. Dr. Miller said something in that interview that ...

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Former Abortion Workers Will Bring Down the Abortion Industry
Townhall - October 9, 2017

While the national media narrative of abortion focuses on the women, babies, protestors, and the vast political tangential impacts of defunding Planned Parenthood, contraception mandates, and the Supreme Court, one group of individuals consistently is left completely ...

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Abortion bills in Michigan would keep politics out of exam room | Guest column
Detroit Free Press, Michigan - October 9, 2017

There is a lot of talk in this country around healthcare. Part of that conversation includes the need for our elected officials to leave politics out of the decision-making process for doctors who work in abortion and reproductive healthcare. As one of those ...

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Lawmaker Proposes Bill To Ban Abortion In Kentucky | WKMS
WKMS - October 9, 2017

A controversial state lawmaker has filed a bill that would make it a felony to perform an abortion in Kentucky. The legislation is likely unconstitutional.

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Lester: Is Illinois GOP uniting in opposition to Rauner, abortion?
Chicago Daily Herald, Illinois - October 9, 2017

State Rep. Jeanne Ives of Wheaton says the state Republican party, criticized in recent months for its internal squabbles, is banding together in opposition to GOP Gov. Bruce Rauner's approval of an abortion funding measure last month."Certainly, the party's fractured ...

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Is the United States one of seven countries that 'allow elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy?'
Washington Post, District of Columbia - October 9, 2017

This debate is about late-term abortions after 20 weeks, which is the midpoint of a womanâs pregnancy, and before the fetus typically is considered viable to live outside the womb. Currently, states can decide to ban abortions after a certain point in the pregnancy ...

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Editorial: Helping women prevent unintended pregnancies will decrease abortion rate
STLtoday.com, Missouri - October 8, 2017

While they do that, abortion opponents should turn their attention to helping women prevent unintended pregnancies instead of continuing to fight against reproductive rights enshrined in federal law and upheld repeatedly by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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