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Roundup: “Shut the F— Up” About Abortions?

Choice advocates told to “shut the f— up” in Canada, and one Florida legislator has his own interest in female bodily autonomy.

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Roundup: Tennessee Bill a “Preemptive Strike” Against Including Abortion in Future Healthcare Exchanges

Tennessee looks to be the first state to try passing legislation to “opt-out” of including abortion coverage in health insurance exchanges while Hillary Clinton in Canada reiterates that you can’t have “maternal health without reproductive health” which includes access to abortion.

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Roundup: Canada’s Pro-Choice Politicians Lose Vote On Family Planning

While the U.S. just had our pro-choice politicians put their priorities to a vote, Canada also went through a similar power-struggle between their pro- and anti-choice forces. In Canada’s case, it was the anti-choice side that came out ahead.

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Progress on Health at G8 Doesn’t Make the Grade

A report card on progress made on health at the G8 Summit gave poor marks to the world’s most powerful leaders and maternal health may be faring the worst of all.

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Maternal and Child Health Makes Strides at G8

Maternal health advocates made more progress than expected at the G8 Summit, gaining critical support from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, host country Japan, and UK’s First Lady Sarah Brown.

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Maternal, Child and Reproductive Health: G8 Heats Up

The wives of the prime ministers of the UK and Japan have shown strong support for maternal and child health at the G8 Summit.

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