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Catholic News Agency on AUL’s Roe Symposium

Catholic News Agency Amid changing abortion rhetoric and significant legislative advances, a group of legal experts in the nation’s capital said that they are confident in the future of the pro-life movement. “In this epic struggle,” said Dr. Charmaine Yoest, president of Americans United for…

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31 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, In the News no comments

Missouri Introduces Americans United for Life Model Legislation to Prohibit Sex-Selection Abortions and the Targeting of the Disabled

“It is wrong to discriminate against unborn children, targeting them for either their sex or a perception of their abilities and potential,” said AUL’s Dr. Yoest. “We can do better.” WASHINGTON, D.C. (01-31-13) – Americans United for Life President and CEO Dr. Charmaine Yoest commended…

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31 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog, Media Alerts no comments

Bloomberg on State Laws

Daniel McConchie of AUL is quoted in a Bloomberg story on state abortion laws. An excerpt: “We actually have states competing with each other to be the most protective in the country,” said Dan McConchie, who oversees state lobbying efforts at Americans United for Life,…

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30 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog no comments

Billionaires of the world researched

The term ‘minimalism’ is a trend from early 19th century and gradually became an important movement in response to the over decorated design of the previous period. Minimalist architecture became popular in the late 1980s in London and New York.

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24 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Art, Design 10 comments

Textile futures: the living shoes

The term ‘minimalism’ is a trend from early 19th century and gradually became an important movement in response to the over decorated design of the previous period. Minimalist architecture became popular in the late 1980s in London and New York.

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24 Jan 2013 Posted by Americans United for Life in Art, Design 7 comments
 
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