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Abortion “Neutrality” in Health Care Reform: Unfair and Unjust

A public health option without abortion coverage does not sound like neutrality to me — it sounds like selling out women for political expediency, again.

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Governor Sanford: The “Ultimate Line” Isn’t

Forgive me, if this is "old
news" to you.

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Ground We’ve Already Covered

The real moral challenge we face is how to ensure access to the means to prevent unintended pregnancies – specifically comprehensive sexuality education, universal access to contraceptive services, including emergency contraception, and education and employment opportunities for young women.

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Religious Leaders Respond to the Murder of Dr. George Tiller

Religious Leaders Respond to the Murder of Dr. George Tiller

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Unearthing Common Ground

It’s not about reducing abortion. The advocates for a new common ground correctly note the correlation between poverty and abortion rates. But they fail to mention how poverty first contributes to unintended pregnancies.

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Bristol Palin, Mary Cheney and the Limits of Family Privacy

The John McCain campaign says this is a just a private family matter. Sen. Barack Obama says candidates’ families, especially children, are off limits. But when family matters relate directly to policy matters, they are fair for discussion.

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Don’t Leave Sex Out of Saddleback

Rev. Rick Warren promises to engage Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama in a dialogue dedicated to “civil discourse and the common good of all” at the Saddleback Civil Forum on Saturday. Will those who advocate for sexual and reproductive justice be included in that “all?”

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Time to Talk to Rev. Wallis on Reducing Unintended Pregnancy

Rev. Wallis, I will do everything I can to work with you on assuring adoption services and high quality prenatal care and parenting support — when will we see you working to ensure women can prevent pregnancies in the first place?

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Sisterhood of the Maternity Pants

The take-home message from the teen pregnancy boom in Gloucester is clear: we must be prepared to talk openly and honestly about sexuality with our ‘tween and teen children.

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Every Child Born Healthy and Wanted

The stories of both Christmas and Chanukah resonate with our ministry to promote a progressive religious voice on sexuality issues. We speak out against injustice and for religious diversity.

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