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America’s Uneasy Relationship With Contraception

Colorado’s Senate Bill 225 reminds us that there is still a great deal of hostility toward birth control in this country, and one of the most glaring examples of this hostility is in the United States’ international policy.

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Miscarriage is Not a Pro-Life Issue

A chemical that’s damaging to reproductive health is everyone’s concern.

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Catholic Crusaders No More

Today, there is a social liberalism in Spain that counters the influence of the Catholic Church on some issues.

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Dishonesty in the Conscience Rule Debate

If faith-based providers want to convince us that they’re interested in the dignity of their patients, they need to stop the war on medicine.

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Time to Give a Neglected Contraceptive a Little More Love

Until preventative health care is a reality for everyone in this country, clinic doctors and nurses should view an EC visit as an opportunity for sensitive outreach.

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With the Future of a Continent in His Hands, the Pope Fumbles

In the interest of orthodoxy, the Church is neglecting its humanitarian responsibility, particularly in Africa and other places where it holds sway.

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Taking Politics Out of Plan B

I have long mourned the death of science in the emergency contraception debate.

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Dancing Around the Issue of Stem Cells

There has always been hypocrisy in the stem cell debate.

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The New Inquisition

The implication that political power lies in the Catholic hierarchy rather than in Catholics will only alienate the faithful.

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The Pro-Pregnancy Nominee

I applaud Sebelius for considering the needs of pregnant women in Kansas.

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