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The Roeder Trial: Day Five

Day five of the Roeder trial: Scott Roeder, in his testimony today, decided as far back as 1993 that Dr. George Tiller needed to die.

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The Scott Roeder Trial: Day Four

Day Four of the trial of Scott Roeder for the murder of Dr. George Tiller, as reported by Carolyn Marie Fugit.

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The Trial of Scott Roeder: Day Three

On the third day of Scott Roeder’s trial for the murder of Dr. George Tiller testimony was heard from Wichita Police Department detectives and officers, Sheriff’s deputies, FBI Special Agents, and clerks, all of whom talked about the days their paths crossed with Roeder.

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Can Holland Beat Brownback for Governor of Kansas?

State Senator Tom Holland, a pro-choice Democrat, may be at a disadvantage in the Kansas gubernatorial race today, but he is a good campaigner and may still be the best hope of Kansas women.

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The Trial of Scott Roeder: Days One and Two

A report from Kansas on the first two days of the trial of Scott Roeder.

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Roeder Trial Starts on Anniversary of Roe V. Wade Decision

In Kansas, Scott Roeder’s trial launches on the anniversary of the Roe V. Wade decision. But this trial should be about the murder of Dr. George Tiller, not about abortion.

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Choice: It’s Too Complex to Legislate

Choice is the conscience decision-making process we engage in to do what is best for ourselves, our homes, and our families. It is having access to information. It is having access to our options. And it is being able to carry out our decisions. Choices are sometimes easy, sometimes difficult; sometimes our own, sometimes made for us; sometimes public, sometimes private. But they are what make us human. And humans are too complex to legislate.

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