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How to Save an Unconstitutional Abortion Ban, As Dictated by the Supreme Court

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The legal battle over Arizona’s 20 week ban is a preview of the coming wave of legal arguments in defense of pre-viability and other unconstituitonal abortion restrictions.

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When Did Laws Start Cracking Down on Rape VICTIMS?

Rachel Maddow calls out Mitt Romney for vague stance on abortion in cases of rape and incest, as the Republican Party’s attitude towards victims changed dramatically just over the last few years.

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Who’s That Lady? A Look At Mitt Romney’s Potential Female V.P. Picks

Ann says her husband is considering a woman as a running mate.  So who does that mean is on the list?

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Governor’s Veto Of New Hampshire Bill That Could Endanger IVF Upheld

Although the veto of the so-called “partial birth abortion” ban was over-turned, the Governor’s veto of H.B. 217 was not.

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New Hampshire Overrides Governor’s “Partial Birth” Abortion Ban Veto

The state legislature overrides the governor’s veto of a redundant bill of a procedure that doesn’t really exist in the first place.

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New Hampshire Governor Vetoes Bill That Could Have Threatened In Vitro Fertilization

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HB 217 would have redefined fetus in a way that could have prohibited the destruction of extra embryos.

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New Hampshire Governor John Lynch Vetoes So-Called “Partial Birth” Abortion Ban

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Lynch vetoes the bill, calling it redundant.

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New Hampshire Senate Kills 24-Hour Wait Law Again

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Once more the House approved a waiting period, and once more the Senate rejected it.

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New Hampshire House Sneaks Blunt Amendment, 20 Week Bans Onto Other Bills

More anti-choice sneak attacks in the New Hampshire legislature, as House members tack unpopular bills onto popular legislation.

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New Hampshire Speaker of the House Persists in Pushing Forced Waiting Period

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How many times will the senate have to say no before the Speaker of the House will listen?

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