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Indiana Senate Candidate Believes God Impregnates Rape Victims

Indiana senate candidate Richard Mourdock. Photo: Journal & Courier/AP via The Christian Science Monitor.

Terminating a pregnancy conceived in rape would be thwarting God’s divine plan, according to Richard Mourdock.

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No, Joe Walsh: Women Do Not Have Nine Lives

Congressman Joe Walsh says abortions never save women’s lives. He’s wrong. Here’s one story out of many.

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A Question for Anti-Choicers: How, Exactly, Would Your Rape Exception Work?

No politician or pundit should get away with claiming he supports any “exception” without facing the obvious follow-up question: “How, exactly, would it work?”

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Presidential Campaigns Protest Suggestion that Crowley Might Actually Moderate the Debate

CNN anchor and chief political correspondent Candy Crowley. Photo: Los Angeles Times.

It’s Okay for a woman to relay information, but, OMG! What if she asks a follow-up question?

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Author of Heartbeat Ban Legislation Says Vote for Romney, or Else …

Janet Porter. Photo: Michelangelo Signorile.

Janet Porter is moving beyond abortion bans and throwing her political prowess into electoral politics.

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Activist Groups May Determine the Role of Choice in the Election

A new Gallup survey has the line evenly divided between pro-choice and anti-choice voters. Will PACs put candidates on top?

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A Debate in Which Women Were Left Drinking Alone

Photo: wassermonster.com.

If you expected to be drinking every time a woman’s issue was raised during the debate, you probably ended the night sober. But… come November, we may be drowning our sorrows.

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Susan B. Anthony List Lies About Obama’s Record

Photo: Facebook.

What is more important for women in politics than starting a super PAC focused on a race between two men?

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Will the First Presidential Debate Focus on Reproductive Rights?

2008 Presidential Debate. Photo: Reuters via Politico.

Wednesday’s first presidential debate will be focused on “domestic issues.” Will reproductive health questions be a factor, or relegated to the back bench?

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Convention Bounce Not Always Guaranteed

The president’s lead over his challenger has grown after two weeks of party conventions.

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