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Sides Drawn in Contraception Cases

A flurry of legal briefs filed by members of Congress shows that resolution of the contraception mandate lawsuits is as much a political exercise as a judicial one.

A flurry of legal briefs filed by members of Congress shows that resolution of the birth control benefit lawsuits is as much a political exercise as a judicial one.

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Coakley Criticism Proves Stereotypes Still Hurt Female Candidates

When will female candidates learn? You can’t be too emotional, that makes you seem weak. So how can they act, you ask? That question remains unanswered.

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My Blood Runs Cold: Where Was the Outrage Over Scott Brown In Cosmo?

Scott Brown has just been elected to the United States Senate. Oh, also, he posed nude in Cosmo in 1982. Had a woman candidate done the same, it would have cost her the election.

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Roundup: It’s a Special Election, and He Sure is Special…

Tomorrow is special election day in Massachusetts. The impact could be almost immediate on the health care debate.

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Scott Brown and Choice: What’s the Real Story?

Brown’s amendment from 2005 has everything to do with rape victims, and his attitude towards these women has everything to do with the upcoming special election.

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Roundup: Specter Changes His Mind, Does Scott Brown?

Today’s roundup is all about the politicians and the things they do in their attempts to keep supporters happy, some of which will backfire.

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