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Dr. Edward is an Honorable Man

Green’s research supports universal access to condoms, Pope Benedict does not. These positions are not the same.

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The Down and Dirty Politics of Sex

The focus of this Congress, along with the presidential administration, must be on creating down-to-earth reproductive health care policy, instead of being swayed by battles over who holds the higher moral ground.

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Protestors Off-Base at Wisconsin Clinic

Patients at our family planning clinic are frightened and threatened by the anti-birth control crusaders who protest in front of our building on a regular basis.

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WSJ Argues More Kids Will Drive Domestic Consumption

Family planning is voluntarily prevention of unintended pregnancies — meaning women and their families are able to determine for themselves whether and when to have children.

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HHS Regs Would Cover All Religious Convictions

If new HHS regulations are adopted, family planning service providers could be forced to hire people who have moral objections to contraception and would be unable to discipline employees who refuse to provide birth control.

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Get Me the Plan B Already!

Wisconsin’s Family Planning Health Services put 20,000 emergency contraceptive pills in the hands of 10,000 women last year. Is preventing unwanted pregnancy as simple as that? Yes. And no.

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Fight Bush’s Proposed Anti-Birth Control Regulations!

Take action! Push back against HHS draft regulations that would protect health care providers who refuse to provide information and referrals on contraception.

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Echoes of Change to Come

With a new presidential administration coming soon, this is the time for reproductive health advocates to speak up for health care policy change.

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Pro-Life Wisconsin’s Spring Break Binge

Spring break is a good time for anti-abortion advocates and supporters of comprehensive sex education alike to call for sexual responsibility. Perhaps we can agree to exercise responsibility in our advertising too — then groups like Pro-Life Wisconsin wouldn’t run false and misleading ads about emergency contraception.

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In Memoriam: Roe at 35

My mother’s death helped me realize that there are parallel moral, ethical and spiritual issues at the end and at the beginning of life.

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