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Bills backed by anti-abortion groups would ban research using aborted fetal tissue
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Bills backed by anti-abortion groups would ban research using aborted fetal tissue

Madison.com - March 10, 2017

One bill would ban research using tissue from abortions performed since Jan. 1. Unlike some previous proposals, that would allow research involving widely ...

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Nancy Larson: Obtaining an abortion appallingly easy
Madison.com, Wisconsin - February 4, 2017

Dear Editor: When I read the article about the abortion resolution in the Cap Times, I was appalled at how easy it is to have an abortion these days. It was claimed that one in three women will have an abortion in their lifetime. It also said, "Abortions are common ...

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Early Christians didn't mention abortion -- Jim Miller
Madison.com, Wisconsin - August 27, 2016

An Aug. 21 letter to the editor suggested that Jesus might be pro-life even though, as the letter states, "abortion is not spoken about in the Gospels."Abortion is not mentioned anywhere in the New Testament, though it was widely discussed (and practiced) throughout ...

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Jean Salzwedel: Abortion providers should have hospital admitting privileges
Madison.com, Wisconsin - August 27, 2016

Dear Editor: I personally disapprove of abortion, but feel it should be ultimately a decision between a woman and her doctor; and as a nurse I would give (and have given) the same care to someone who has an elective abortion as to someone who lost a preg

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Ted Cruz in Wisconsin: Roe v. Wade not settled, ban abortion with no exceptions
Madison.com, Wisconsin - April 4, 2016

Ted Cruz said states should be allowed to ban abortion even in cases of rape and incest. Cruz took questions from Fox News host Megyn Kelly and audience members at a town hall event Monday at the Madison Masonic Center. Early in the event, a woma

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Brad Schimel asks U.S. high court to reinstate abortion requirement
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin - March 22, 2016

Madison â Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to reinstate a requirement that doctors who provide abortion have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals â a regulation that has been blocked by lower courts ...

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