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Roundup: ACLU Suing Alabama Prisons for Treatment of HIV-Positive Prisoners

Wisconsin library will show the anti-choice documentary, U.S. House committee passes bill preventing pre-tax dollars from being spend on abortion, ACLU sues Alabama prisons, and Virginia governor asks for abortion to be excluded from state insurance exchanges.

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Roundup: Anti-Choicers and Deceit

Anti-choicers thrive on deceit to further their agenda. A look at crisis pregnancy centers who are forced to tell the truth, and unpacking the myths about health care reform.

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Minnesota Anti-Choice Group Pulls Endorsement Over Health Care Reform

Like all the anti-abortion groups, MCCL is now pulling allegence from anti-choice Democrats to put party loyalty over their missions.

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Roundup: Abortion and Health Care, Part 327

The health care reform lawsuit brought by nineteen states against the federal government opened yesterday, and the anti-choice press is all over it. Plus another county removes abortion from a health care plan.

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High Risk Insurance Pools, or Yet Another Way to Screw Over Women

So we come to another battle over abortion in health care, only this time, the Obama administration caved even before anti-choicers brought out their pitchforks.

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Stupak and Health Reform’s Second Trimester

In the first trimester, we were introduced to the Stupak Amendment. Now, in the second trimester of healthcare reform, access to abortion gets an even bigger setback.

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Roundup: Gay Blood Donor Controversy in Canada

Canadian HIV/AIDS experts question the need for the country’s strict blood donor policies, and the governor of Mississippi is bragging.

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Religious Groups Say “Abortion Mandate” Ads Mislead

Two religious organizations have called on the Family Research Council to shut down a television ad and Web site that contain “massive misinformation” related to the national discussion on health care reform.

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