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Idaho's Christy Perry Defends Followers of Christ Religious Exemption | The New Republic
This kind of religious exemption, and its sequelae, revolt many religious people, too. The calls for reform don’t constitute an attack on religion per se, but an attack on the actions of a particular religion—delusional actions that take the lives of children too young to make their own decisions. How can we not attack them?
Women Against Abortion: The Intensity Gap
Can a pro-life platform win elections? (Kelefa Sanneh, The New Yorker)
Pro-Life Sentiment Hits an All-Time High, According to Rasmussen
Also: Among respondents who said that the issue of abortion was “very important” in terms of how they would vote in the next congressional election, 58 percent said that they were pro-life, while only 39 percent identified as “pro-choice.” (Michael New, National Review Online)
Abortion battle over Amendment 1 draws big money
Ballot measure would remove abortion protections from the state’s constitution (The Tennessean)
Santa Clara University president triggers abortion uproar
The uproar at SCU comes on the heels of a contentious vote this week by trustees of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, another Jesuit school that decided not to provide coverage for elective abortions (San Jose Mercury News)
Abortion Viewed in Moral Terms, But Not Stem Cells and IVF
The percentage of U.S. adults who consider abortion to be morally wrong (49%) far exceeds the percentage who express this view about in vitro fertilization (12%), non-embryonic stem cell research (16%) or embryonic stem cell research (22%). (Pew Research)
Texas Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Must Repay $1.4 Million After Medicaid Fraud |
Karen Reynolds alleges bosses trained employees to bill government agencies for medical and family planning services not rendered, for services no reasonable medical personnel would provide, and – the biggest bombshell – for abortion-related services fudged to appear as if they were not (
Supreme Court Takes Step Toward Hearing Abortion Case
A law that restricted the use of abortion-inducing drugs was ruled an unwanted curb on medical practice and the right to abortion. (The New York Times)
Lawsuit Challenges North Dakota’s Abortion Limits
The Center for Reproductive Rights and a Fargo clinic are trying to undo a new state law that bans abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy. (The New York Times)
Wheaton College, Larycia Hawkins to ‘Part Ways’
Wheaton College, Larycia Hawkins to ‘Part Ways’
Provost says he asked the tenured professor for forgiveness, withdrew termination process.
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