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Planned Parenthood to Iowans: $1 Now or $4 Later?

Iowa has roughly 100,000 low-income women — 12.3 percent of all women of childbearing age — who need, but are not receiving, publicly assisted family planning services. The lack of access has been costly to Iowa, a state where half of all pregnancies are unintended.

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Hillary’s “Shocking!” New Hampshire Win

Hillary Clinton brought home the Democratic vote in New Hampshire leaving some media outlets “stunned!”

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One Day Before Caucus Night and…

Tomorrow is caucus day and Iowans are flashing back to 2004 when Dennis Kucinich threw his support behind Edwards just before caucus day helping to propel Edwards to a second place finish. This year, however, Kucinich is supporting Obama.

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Six Days Before Caucus Night and…

Six days to go until the Iowa caucus and Mike Huckabee comes out ahead even with his mis-speak after Bhutto’s death yesterday.

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Seven Days Before Caucus Night and …

The second in the series of Lynda Waddington’s daily reports from Iowa during the run-up to the caucuses on January 3rd.

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Eight Days Before Caucus Night and …

The countdown to Iowa begins. With eight days until the Iowa caucus, candidates are scrambling to make the biggest splash but are Iowans already worn out?

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Republican Debate Features Reagan – err, Romney

Republicans convened on an Iowa stage today for the first Iowa presidential debate. Did Mitt Romney really say he’d cut this administration’s ineffective teen pregnancy prevention programs?

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RealTime: Mitt’s Flip-Flopping on Abortion

Mitt Romney shares his shiny, yet perhaps deceptive anti-choice vision in his new mailer.

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Obama in Iowa On Abortion and Ab-Only

Barack Obama wants to reduce unintended pregnancies and provide comprehensive sex-ed to young people – and he doesn’t think running a dog-fighting ring is equivalent to accessing abortion!

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Breaking News: Abstinence Only Funding Dying

The tide is turning against federal funding for abstinence-only education as Congress is given the chance to dry up one stream of funding. Will they take it?

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