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Roundup: Why An Abortion Practitioner Might Want To Remain Unlisted

A doctor who performs abortions gets a death threat on his unlisted number just as the county is mandating he make his home address public.

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Reproductive and Sexual Health in the States: Two Steps Forward, Several Steps Back

By the end of March, 825 measures had been introduced in the 44 legislatures that have convened so far in 2010.

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Ultrasound and Informed Consent

In the name of informed consent, more states are hopping on the ultrasound bandwagon.

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Anti-Choice Robo Calls Fail in Indiana

National Right to Li-e made illegal robo-calls against Barack Obama in Indiana. Do they support Hillary Clinton? Post updated with Indiana exit polls.

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Swiftboat Ad Sponsors Discover Sex Sells

The Annenberg Public Policy Center's Political Fact Check.org reports that The Economic Freedom Fund (aka, front-group where the Texas real estate developer who sponsored the Swiftboat ads questioning Sen. John Kerry's patriotism, and for ads defending ex-Majority Leader Tom Delay is putting his money) is planning to spend even more money in this election cycle. Already they have been active with automated phone calls suggesting that Indiana House candidate Baron Hill "votes to allow the sale of a broad range of violent and sexually explicit materials to minors," according to Annenberg. The blog Taking Down Words, first reported (and offers a recording!) the calls.

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