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Activist Groups May Determine the Role of Choice in the Election

A new Gallup survey has the line evenly divided between pro-choice and anti-choice voters. Will PACs put candidates on top?

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“Pro-Life:” Not What You Think It Means

Anti-choice organizations may guilt people into adopting a feel-good term like “pro-life,” but they haven’t succeeded in getting Americans to support their broader agenda.

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Seeing Red is Not Always What You Think

Fighting two attempts to ban abortion in South Dakota taught us that the more we engage in discussion about the issues that affect the health and safety of women, the more people understand and honor the complexity of the abortion issue.

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The Ballot Box: The Poll That Matters Most

Labels of pro-choice and pro-life do not mean much without the context of textured layers of values and empathy. In fact, in the Gallup poll a majority of people say they are pro-life and they believe abortion should be legal.

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