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American people tricked into paying for elective abortions

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District won’t revise abortion content in textbook

D.C. passes bill that could force pro-life organizations to pay for abortion coverage

District won’t revise abortion content in textbook

Gilbert board on biology textbook redaction: nevermind

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ADF: DC Council should abandon bill that forces pro-life groups to pay for abortions

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Religious nonprofits challenge health law

10th Circuit to hear Christian universities’ challenge to abortion-pill mandate

DC government delays vote on bill mandating abortion coverage

D.C. nondiscrimination bill vote delayed

An Affordable Care Act challenge in the waiting

DC Council delays vote on bill forcing religious non-profits to pay for abortions

ADF: DC gov’t shouldn’t force pro-life employers to pay for elective abortions

Sale of abortifacients: Court case pits pharmacists against state

In Arizona, a textbook fuels a broader dispute over sex education

Gilbert Public Schools delay outline of textbook redactions

Plan B contraceptive sales violate religious beliefs, Washington pharmacists argue in federal court

Obamacare provision challenged in court

Gilbert schools postpone biology textbook debate

ADF argues govt shouldn’t force Christian pharmacists to dispense abortion-inducing drugs

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ADF: Govt shouldn’t force Christian pharmacists to dispense abortion-inducing drugs

Controversial plan to remove abortion from science book stalls

Sex ed controversies in Gilbert, Tempe an anomaly

Christian college goes to court tomorrow to free itself from abortion-pill mandate

3rd Circuit to hear Christian college’s case against abortion-pill mandate

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A Tocquevillian argument against contraception

Indiana Wesleyan, Taylor sue feds

Abortion activists stock up on birth control after pro-lifers win

Obama administration ‘using federal law to target Christians’

Arizona school praised for including pro-life curriculum

AZ school board votes to tear out pages mentioning abortion from honors biology textbook

Gilbert school board votes to rip abortion page out of textbook

Moore: New HHS rules violate religious liberty

Ave Maria School of Law granted preliminary injunction from HHS mandate

Four Christian organizations challenge Obamacare abortion pill mandate

Ariz. schools choose life-affirming curriculum

Empowering teen girls means protecting their overall health, not just preventing pregnancy

    Family Studies: Twenty-six year-old “Hannah” participated as a teenager in a St. Louis study that provided 14 to 19 year-olds with free birth control, including long-acting reversible contraception (LARC). She told the New York Times that, “Having an IUD … I think its empowering.” Now married, she said she enrolled in the study to “break the cycle of poverty in my family.” Published this October in the New England Journal of Medicine, the study found that teenagers involved in the free contraception program (72 percent chose LARC) “had lower annual pregnancy, birth and abortion rates than teenage girls nationwide.” The findings are being used to strengthen the push for LARC as a “first line” of defense against early pregnancy for adolescents.


  • Posted: 10/30/2014
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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