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Steady streams of people filed into a Knox lecture hall last night to attend a public discussion about abortion - one of the most controversial topics of our time.
With the law requiring women to purchase a rider to their health insurance plans for abortion coverage taking effect next week, seven insurance companies have filed paperwork with the state to let it know they will provide the optional riders.
Alabama legislators passed several restrictive abortion bills this week, including one that could mean felony charge against any doctor performing such a procedure on a woman who'd been pregnant as little as six weeks.
Massachusetts lawmakers are vowing to act quickly to pass legislation outlawing the taking of photographs up the skirts of women in public.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - A 40-day prayer vigil aimed at closing Huntsville's last remaining abortion clinic kicks off Saturday morning.
A bill to create a Wisconsin license plate displaying the words "Choose Life" has been approved by the Senate transportation committee in a party-line vote.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, receiving a warm reception from a large conservative audience Thursday, said the GOP needs to change the way it shares its message with voters in order to defeat Democrats in future elections.
During the heated debate, Rep. Holmes said, "Ninety-nine percent of all of the white people in here are going to raise their hand that they are against abortion."
Ex-State Rep. Mark Miloscia, a lonely anti-abortion voice and gay marriage opponent as a Democratic legislator, is becoming a Republican and challenging state Sen. Tracey Eide in the south end 30th legislative district.
Embattled New Jersey Governor Chris Christie spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday, perhaps in an attempt to curry favor among Republicans who have kept their distance since the scandal over his office's closing of the George Washington Bridge heated up in January.
State Sen. Jose Rodriguez, D-El Paso, celebrates with the Forth Worth Democrat after her filibuster to defeat the anti-abortion bill SB5, up for a vote on the last day of the legislative special session June 25, 2013.
A watered-down version of House Bill 4588, designed to protect unborn babies was approved Tuesday afternoon by the state senate's health and human resources committee.
Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press files Dr. Henry Morgentaler, with lawyer Greg Brodsky, is taken from the Corydon Avenue clinic by police in 1985.
The last two abortion clinics outside of big Texas cities will close Thursday because they can't meet the restrictions placed on facilities under the state's new abortion law.
A woman seeking an abortion would have to wait three days after seeing a doctor before she could get the procedure under legislation endorsed Wednesday by the Missouri House .
The urbane and enlightened website The Huffington Post featured an article last week encouraging the pro-life movement to embrace its alleged 'racism' and support abortion-on-demand - by envisioning their daughters killing the babies of black men.
Radical leftist activists crashed a pro-life demonstration at the University of Georgia and erected a wall of censorship around an anti-abortion display in order to shield the campus from the reality of abortion.