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Last year, Governor Rick Perry called the Texas Legislature to Austin for two special sessions, both focused on passing one of the country's most restrictive abortion laws.
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Pro-life supporters say they're not discouraged about a federal judge striking down the 12-week abortion ban in Arkansas.
Whether we are liberal or conservative, pro-choice or anti-choice, here are some facts that should be considered when discussing the issue of abortion: More than half of American women obtaining abortions are in their 20s.
With it doubtful the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade ruling will be overturned any time soon, opponents of abortion have been attacking it piecemeal, passing legislation to make it more difficult to obtain the procedure.
A federal judge struck down on of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation on Friday, ruling that that a measure in Arkansas restricting abortions starting at 12 weeks of pregnancy "impermissibly infringes a woman's Fourteenth Amendment right to elect to terminate a pregnancy before viability" of the fetus.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi, a Catholic mother of five and Speaker of the House, caused a firestorm of controversy over her comments on NBC's "Meet the Press."
In fact, they are inviting national pro-life groups to come work with them too, and they hope Albuquerque will be a catalyst for the rest of the nation.
The Louisiana Supreme Court has ruled state health agencies have authority to fine a New Orleans outpatient abortion clinic for being out of compliance with state rules and regulations.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is expected to be the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, believes it is a 'bedrock truth' that abortion restrictions hamper human progress, and any efforts to improve women's rights must begin with increased access to contraception and abortion.
Yesterday, abortion opponents were alerted to the latest example of media advocacy in favor of abortion when they read a dispatch from a pro-life event in D.C. by Associated Press reporter Philip Elliott, who "writes about politics and trends from Washington."
Alana Massey is a graduate of New York University and Yale Divinity School, where she studied the increasing political legitimacy of religious political parties and the potential implications for trade, energy, and economic policy.
The Associated Press reported Wednesday about fiery, fighting, divisive, self-crippling but heavily financed anti-abortion crazies.
A federal judge Friday struck down Arkansas' attempt to ban most abortions beginning 12 weeks into a woman's pregnancy, saying viability, not a heartbeat, remains the key factor in determining whether abortions should be allowed.
I ran across a quote by a practicing abortionist that demonstrates that abortion clinics are primarily businesses, and that they compete for patients.
North Dakota's sole abortion clinic in Fargo has settled a lawsuit it filed over a new law requiring doctors who perform abortions to obtain hospital-admitting privileges.
The Metro-North commuter railroad has allowed an overemphasis on train times to "routinely" overshadow its safety operations, according to a Federal Railroad Administration review.