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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: Eight States, Fifteen Bills, One Big Pea

Much like a marathon, this roundup covers 20% of the states in the country, then rewards you with a giant pea suit.  Ok, not so much like a marathon…

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Missouri Passes Anti-Choice Legislation

Missouri legislators want to help protect women from being “permanently wounded” and personally attack a pro-choice lobbyist in the process of passing anti-choice legislation.

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In Missouri, Advocates Remain on Red Alert

In Missouri, advocates are preparing for another round of attacks on reproductive health care while dealing with the fall out from anti-choice legislation passed in previous sessions.

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Health Reform and Women’s Health in Missouri

More than 750,000 Missourians are uninsured. Medicaid benefits for 300,000 Missourians were cut, and coverage for 100,000 more eliminated. In 2003, 30,000 women lost Medicaid coverage.

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Missouri: Champions of Choice…for Pharmacists!

The Missouri State House overwhelmingly (115-43) approved an amendment that only further restricts Missourian women’s access to safe, effective contraception and medication abortion.

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Roundup: HIV Scare at Missouri High School, FRC Defends Rep. Bachmann

Students offered tests after HIV scare at Missouri High School; Family Research Council comes to defense of Rep. Bachmann; Catholic commentator warns against voting solely on abortion; Coping with depression during pregnancy; Text messages inform and encourage HIV testing in South Africa.

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Roundup: Circumcision and HIV, Patient Care and Catholic Teaching

Circumcision benefit doubted for gay men; Catholic hospital under fire for allowing abortion referrals and birth control prescriptions; Ohio top court mulls admission of medical files in Planned Parenthood case; U.S. Supreme Court refuses Missouri prison abortion rights case; Breast cancer vaccine within reach.

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“Pro-Choice” Candidate for Missouri Governor Has Mixed Record on Abortion

Do pro-choice voters in Missouri have an opportunity to elect a protective veto into the Governor’s mansion in November? Only if the Democratic nominee really does support abortion rights.

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Roundup: A Win for Missouri Midwives, Will PEPFAR Be Bush’s Legacy?

Midwives can now legally practice in Missouri, Could PEPFAR really be Bush’s legacy?, Prospects of a domestic gag rule, Is James Dobson pushing voters to Obama?

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