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Resolution 1635-A: A Progressive Action That Meets the Real Needs of American Women and Families

Andrea's original testimony document. (NARAL Pro-Choice New York/flickr)

This resolution epitomizes the kind of bold, forward-thinking action that cities and municipalities across the country can and do take to meet the real needs of women and families.

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Ex-NARAL Pro-Choice New York President Sued, Ordered To Return Misused Funds

Fiscal conservatives are now criticizing a double standard, where the lawmakers backing these bills are more regularly seen opposing other instances of what they call government interference, and decrying so-called “big spending.”

The former president is accused of using a quarter of a million dollars in group funds on personal expenses.

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Roundup: New York to Push for CPC Disclosure Law

Like Maryland and Austin, New York City will also try passing a city ordinance saying crisis pregnancy centers must advertise they do not provide or refer for abortions.

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DON’T DROP THE BALL on New Year’s Eve!

Did you know that New Year’s is the biggest night of the year for birth control accidents?

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NARAL Says No to O’Reilly

Bill O’Reilly is a notoriously imposing figure; his brash manner and
inability to let his guests respond to obscene questioning must make
the prospect of visiting his show terrifying.

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North Dakota’s Draconian New Laws

North Dakota’s House Bill 1371 requires doctors to show an ultrasound to a pregnant
woman before she is allowed to go through with the procedure.
Infantilizing towards the woman? Sure. Assuming that a woman doesn’t
have long conversations and ambivalent thoughts about making this hard
decision? This is nothing new.

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