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Roundup: Sharron Angle Keeps Talking

Sharron Angle keeps saying crazy things, while two Senators protect your taxpayer money from having to sit next to slutty money at the insurance office.

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Angle Says Pregnant Rape Victims Should Turn a “Lemon Situation Into Lemonade”

Republican endorsed candidate for Nevada senate offers more reasons why rape victims should not be allowed access to abortion.

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‘Egg-as-Person’ Efforts Notch Another Loss

Ultra-conservative religious activists have suffered another set back in their quest to legally define a fertilized egg as a person.

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Roundup: Public Health Victories and Ochocinco Talks BC

A needed new clinic opens in Milford, MA, and a Nevada school board reconsiders its abstinence class for students. Plus – Chad Ochocinco says he’s as trusty as… a vasectomy?

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Nevada Fails To Move Forward On Personhood Amendment

PersonhoodUSA gives up their attempt to gather signatures in time for the 2010 election.

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Roundup: Key Races Show Republican Gameplan for 2010

“Champion for the Unborn.” “Struggle for the soul of the nation.” Remember when elections used to be about taxes and education?

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Women Are Fickle and Biased. They Don’t Deserve to Vote!

This week’s newest off-the-wall right-wing assertion comes to us courtesy of Thomas Mitchell, editor of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Mr. Mitchell, you see, thinks women are too dumb and too biased to vote.  His helpful suggestion? Repeal the 19th amendment. That’s right.  The one that gave us gals the right to vote.

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Anti-choice Groups Denounce Nevada “Egg-As-Person” Amendment

In a strange twist, Nevada anti-choice groups, complaining that the wording of a “personhood” amendment to establish civil rights for fertilized eggs is too vague, are on the same side as Planned Parenthood and ACLU.

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Resisting the Sex Panic: Sex Workers Struggle for Evidence-Based Regulation in Nevada

In rural Nevada, the possible expansion of the brothel industry has sex workers hoping to be given a central role in governing their own industry, rather than being seen as at-risk women who require protection from themselves.

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