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Georgia 20-Week Ban Sponsor Criticized Over Bill By Primary Rival

Rep. Doug McKillip

Is McKillip’s anti-choice advocacy coming back to haunt him?

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Rep. Trent Franks Plays From His Own Set of “Facts”

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There is a medical consensus on fetal pain, but it’s not the one Franks is pushing.

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Reagan and the “Fetal Pain” Ban

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From ketchup as a vegetable to the newest pre-viability ban, the Ronald Reagan legacy just keeps on giving.

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Louisiana Senate Approves 20-Week Abortion Ban

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The state of Louisiana comes one step closer to banning abortion at 20 weeks post-conception on the basis of dis-proven fetal pain myths.

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A Provider Discusses the Need for Later Term Abortions

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A D.C. based doctor discusses the proposed abortion ban and who it will hurt the most.

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Louisiana 20-Week Ban and Heartbeat Bills Pass Health Committee Vote

The bills will now move to the senate for a vote.

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The Issa Hearing Redux: Arizona Rep. Franks Seeks to Control D.C.’s Abortion Policy But Won’t Let D.C. Rep. Norton Speak

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An Arizona Congressman is pushing for an abortion ban on the citizens of Washington, D.C.  But the woman who represents that constituency isn’t allowed to be there.

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House To Hear D.C. 20 Week Abortion Ban Next Week

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A judiciary committee is scheduled to hear a potential ban on abortions after 20 weeks for residents of the nation’s capitol.

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Georgia “Fetal Pain” Ban Author Ok With Forcing Women Into C-Sections For Unviable Pregnancies

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What exactly does “most likely to save both lives” mean?

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Georgia Governor Signs Unclear “Fetal Pain” Ban Into Effect

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The ban, which wrongfully redefines medical terms in an attempt to limit a woman’s right to choose, is perhaps the most confusing of all so called “20 week” bans.

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