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Fetuses Before 24 Weeks Gestation Cannot Feel Pain, Experts in Nebraska Hearing Wrong

Extensive scientific review shows that fetuses cannot feel pain at 20 weeks, and New Scientific explains how the experts who testified in Nebraska are wrong.

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Roundup: Henry Vetoes Data Act, Crist Still Just Sitting There

Oklahoma’s governor vetoes an abortion restriction, Florida’s governor is still waiting for something, and a judge in Nebraska may be acting on his own set of beliefs.

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Reproductive and Sexual Health in the States: Two Steps Forward, Several Steps Back

By the end of March, 825 measures had been introduced in the 44 legislatures that have convened so far in 2010.

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Roundup: The Road To The Supreme Court is Paved With Good Intentions

Nebraska Fetal Pain law weighed in on by lawyers, scientists, and…PETA!

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Nebraska Abortion Laws Reveal Mental Health Misogyny

Nebraska’s recent abortion laws show an intellectual consistency in the anti-choice worldview, one that is fundamentally misogynist.

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Weekly Pulse: Nebraska’s Sweeping Abortion Ban on Collision Course with Supreme Court

Yesterday, Nebraska’s Republican governor signed a sweeping new law that criminalizes almost all abortions after 20 weeks’ gestation and another bill which forces women to undergo extensive mental health assessment prior to obtaining an abortion before 20 weeks.

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(ACTION) Eyes Wide Open: On Nebraska

In a blatant bid to shut down late-term provider Dr. Leroy Carhart, the Nebraska Legislature overwhelmingly passed a virtual ban on all abortions beyond 20 weeks.

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Nebraska’s Legislative Agenda: A Study In Contradictions?

If the 2010 Nebraska Legislative session had a theme, it would “the session of contradictions,” at least regarding reproductive health.

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Nebraska Lawmakers, Seeking to Restrict Abortion Care, Ignore Science, Evidence, and Pleas of Parents

The “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act” still requires two more rounds of debate within the next two weeks before it is sent to the governor, who is expected to sign it into law.

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Roundup: What’s the Matter With Nebraska?

Nebraska, forced birth for some, denial of prenatal care for others.  Plus an HPV mini roundup.

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