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(VIDEO) The Ab-Only Sex-Ed Zombie Can Be Killed!

Last summer, the $50 million-a-year federal Title V abstinence-only-until-marriage grant program died a quiet death, only to come back to life, zombie-like, in the healthcare reform bill.

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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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Who Put Failed Ab-Only Programs Back in Health Care Reform? And Why?

Why is there a $250 million “bonus” for failed abstinence-only programs kept in the health reform bill?  Was this a chit to be traded for the votes of Democrats like Stupak?

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Obama Signs Healthcare Reform Fixes

President Obama went back to school as he used a community college in Virginia to sign the fixes for the healthcare reform bill recently passed by Congress.

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The New Health Reform Law: Pros and Cons for Reproductive Health

For the nation’s consumers and providers of reproductive health care, and for advocates of reproductive health and rights, the healthcare reform legislation just enacted is something of a mixed bag.

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Roundup: And The Beat Goes On

So much noise over Stupak may have drowned out the anti-choice legislation that passed in multiple states already this week.

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Roundup: Healthcare Reform Bill Passes, Includes Deal With Stupak

Late last night the House passed the healthcare reform bill in a vote of 219 to 212. A last minute deal between Rep. Bart Stupak and President Barack Obama, who promised to sign an executive order after the House vote, retained his support. Reaction to the deal from pro- and anti-choice groups was swift.

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A Universal Win: Universal Health Care Will Lead to Fewer Abortions

No more speculation. Now we know — universal health care coverage leads to a reduction in the abortion rate.

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Roundup: The Great Debate Is Not Much of a Debate

National Republic accidentally argues against their own abortion regulations, and a banana a day may keep HIV away.

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Speaker Pelosi: Save the Public Option and Defend Women’s Health

An open letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, asking her to save the Public Option and provide healthcare access to millions of Americans.

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