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North Dakota Medicated-Abortion Hearing On Hold Until 2012

Once more the hearing is being moved down the calendar.

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North Dakota Law Restricting Medication Abortion On Hold Until October Hearing

The court hearing has been moved from the end of August until the end of October.

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Judge Blocks Telemed Abortion Ban

The North Dakota ban on telemed abortions receives a temporary restraining order.

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Injunction Sought Against North Dakota Law Banning Medication Abortion

The Center for Reproductive Rights has filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction blocking implementation of a new North Dakota law that would ban medication abortion.

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Anti-Abortion Activists Step Up Plans to Harass Women Using Red River Women’s Clinic

As if the only clinic in North Dakota wasn’t already seeing enough anti-abortion protesters, now the Catholics are opening a new chapel across the street.

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Minnesota Planned Parenthood Condemns Proposed “Gag Rule”

The Minnesota state legislature proposed a bill that would remove all health care funding for any group that even refers patients for abortions.

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North Dakota Senate Rejects Total Abortion Ban

An attempt to pass a bill that would charge anyone who killed a fertilized egg was tabled without a public vote.

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Roundup: Reusing Condoms in Rural Kenya

Reusing condoms due to lack of availability in Kenya, Governor McDonnell signs TRAP law in Virginia, North Dakota pushes abstinence-until-marriage, and looking at discrimination of transgendered persons.

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Morning Roundup: CPC Signage Law in Maryland County Partially Struck Down

Judge rules that Montgomery County, MD, overstepped on signage requirement at crisis pregnancy centers, fetal pain bill struck down in Arkansas, North Dakota bishops make list of charities Catholics shouldn’t support, IRS set to become abortion police if H.R. 3 passes.

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Morning Roundup: Lautenberg and Lee Introduce Bill Banning Funding of Abstinence-Only Programs

The Illinois House is using the conservative Agriculture Committee to pass anti-choice bills, North Dakota is looking at a personhood bill, and Sen. Lautenberg and Rep. Lee introduce a bill banning federal funding of ineffective abstinence programs.

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