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The $1 Billion Opportunity

Investing $1 billion in voluntary family planning programs would help millions of families live better lives, while contributing to major reductions in infant and maternal mortality, HIV infections and global poverty.

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Bishops’ Health Care Far From “Universal”

Does anyone else see the irony in the U.S. bishops wanting to define universal health care as covering everything except for what they don’t support?

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Back and Forth Responsibility

If we do our jobs as parents and adults, then we can hope that our
kids, or any kid, can turn to us when they need help, when they are in
crisis, or simply when they are struggling to sort through their sexual
health concerns and relationships.

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A Women’s Health Top 10 for Obama’s First 100 Days

Not long ago we were chronicling the first dismal 100 days of the Bush administration. There is no way to overstate the radical new direction the Obama administration has taken.

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Let’s Support Change We Can Believe In

With more and more families losing their health insurance and having difficulty accessing health care at all, Bush’s HHS rule that limits access to health services is unconscionable. We must all speak up for patients’ rights.

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Courageous Statements, Respect for Women’s Health at White House Health Care Summit

Yesterday, President Obama made the audacious statement that we would reform the health care system in America this year.

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Bush’s Parting Shot Undermines Health Care

Under HHS’s new rule, doctors and health care workers of all kinds can deny patients vital health care information and services, without the patient even knowing.

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Sen. Clinton Accepts Secretary of State: Will She Champion Women’s Rights Worldwide?

The selection of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State represents an important first step down a new path for American foreign policy — one in which women’s health and rights are paramount.

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Catholics Vote for Women’s Health

Catholic voters, just like the rest of America, want government to focus on solving problems for American families, such as increasing access to affordable health care and helping children stay healthy.

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Palin and McCain’s Disregard for Women’s Health

During an interview with James Dobson, Palin confirmed her support for the Republican Party platform’s position as “the strongest pro-life, pro-family document to come out of a political party.”

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