Roe v. Wade

41 Years On, The Fight Over Abortion Rages. Arm Yourself With Wisdom

41 Years On, The Fight Over Abortion Rages. Arm Yourself With Wisdom
41 years after Roe V. Wade enshrined the right of a woman to choose, the battle rages on. Here are some articles to refresh and edify on the topics of abortion and women's rights – some setbacks in these past decades, but some major victories, too.
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Anti-Choice Pundit Suggests Women in Texas Stock Up on Coat Hangers

Anti-Choice Pundit Suggests Women in Texas Stock Up on Coat Hangers
In their efforts to ban abortion, anti-choice politicians in the Texas legislature recently passed an extreme bill that could close nearly 90 percent of abortion clinics across the state.
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Lawmakers Push Extreme Early Abortion Bans

Lawmakers Push Extreme Early Abortion Bans
Despite voters' clear rejection of the War on Women in last year's election, anti-choice politicians continue to move extreme legislation in states across the country. Anti-choice state lawmakers have introduced extreme early abortion bans, or so-called "heartbeat" bans, in Kentucky, Mississippi, Wyoming, Arkansas, and North Dakota. These bills would ban abortion so early in a pregnancy that most women wouldn't even know they're pregnant.
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How to Talk to Your Friends About Mitt Romney and Women's Health

Wednesday night's presidential debate has everyone buzzing about the candidates: extreme anti-choice Mitt Romney and pro-choice President Barack Obama.
The only way we're going to continue to protect women's freedom and privacy and improve health-care services for women and families is by re-electing President Obama. You know that, we know that, but, unfortunately, there are still some critical voters who do not plan to vote for him on November 6.
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