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Mike Gravel: A Woman’s Right To Life

If Senator Gravel became President of the United States, he says he'd ensure full reproductive freedom – a position he calls "pro-life."

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The New Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell: Reproductive Health

On the campaign trail, even in the political powerhouse state of Iowa, candidates rarely include basic reproductive health statements in stump speeches.

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Presidential Candidates and Comprehensive Sex Education

When it comes to abstinence-only-until-marriage, The Republican presidential candidates are head-in-the-sand true believers, convoluted converts or, silent; Democrats are largely silent on the issue.

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The Mystery of the Disappearing UNFPA Funds

Every year Congress releases funds for crucial women’s health care programs globally. Every year President Bush withholds those funds. Americans for UNFPA asks: what will the next president do to help prevent the deaths of thousands of women worldwide?

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Just The Facts Ma’am

Cristina Page has a winning strategy for pro-choice Democrats this campaign season – tell the truth. Pro-choice policies alone result in dramatic declines in the need for abortion.

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Candidates Must Offer a Plan for Ending AIDS

Any presidential candidate credibly asking for African American votes must show how he or she plans to end the epidemic in Black America. They've come a long way since 2004, but still don't have detailed proposals.

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