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History of the Freedom of Choice Act

By Osayi Osar-Empokae

Abortion has been one of the most controversial and important issues of the last few generations. Even before Roe v. Wade was decided in January 1973, there was proposed federal legislation to legalize abortion in the United States . [more]

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Exploiting Children and Undermining Parental Rights: U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child

By Rebecca Mastee

Consider Elizabeth, a twelve year old girl living in Pennsylvania, a state which has enacted a number of common-sense and protective regulations on abortion. With parental consent and other requirements within her state, one would believe that Elizabeth is protected from the dangers inherent in abortion. [more]

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Montana: Paving the Road to “Dignity” with Death

By Mailee R. Smith

In a breath-taking example of legislating by court order, a Montana district judge has set Montana on the fast track to killing its own citizens. In her December 2008 order, Judge Dorothy McCarter ruled that persons in Montana have a right to die, and a right to assistance in dying. [more]

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The Mexico City Policy

By Daniel Briggs

At the 1984 U.N. International Conference on Population in Mexico City , President Reagan announced the Mexico City Policy (the “Policy”). It provides that for nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to be eligible to receive federal funding, they must agree not to perform or actively promote abortion as a method of family planning in other nations. [more]

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Repealing HHS Conscience Protections

By Daniel Briggs

The Hippocratic Oath has changed since its creation in response to the pervasive influence of postmodernism and correlative moral relativism. But while the oath may have changed, the consciences of many doctors and other medical professionals have not. [more]

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2008 State Ballot Initiatives: Pro-Life Losses Demonstrate the Importance of Incremental Legislation

By J. Margaret Datiles

On November 4, 2008, the pro-life movement suffered losses on five state ballot initiatives. Yet there is much we can learn from the three pro-life ballot initiatives defeated (in California, Colorado, and South Dakota) and the two anti-life ballot initiatives passed (in Michigan and Washington). [more]

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