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Roundup: McCain vs Obama on RH Issues, Family Planning in Egypt

Should pro-choice Clinton supporters risk voting for McCain?, Federal legislation needed on sex education, HIV positive men can safely father children, Egypt launches family planning initiative.

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Roundup: Domestic Gag Rule?

Rumors that Bush will ban fed funds for U.S. family planning clinics, expanding the reproductive health conversation, Michigan abortion ban, finding an HIV hideout.

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Roundup: McCain Rejects Pastors, Sex Ed in the City

McCain rejects two extremist pastors, Better sex ed in NY, Humanae vitae’s legacy, Beginning of end of Dem race?

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Roundup: NARAL Day Two, Why Black Women Back Obama

Endorsement may help NARAL “shed its image as an organization for white women only”, why black women back Obama, catcalls are not compliments.

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Roundup: NARAL Endorsement Fallout, Saving the GOP

NARAL endorsement fallout, how to save the GOP, fertility films, HIV and Africa and caring for LGBT people.

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Roundup: Ferraro Says Too Late to Worry About Supreme Court

Ferraro on women coming out for Obama, Pope on contraception, Lack of condom use in Britain.

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Roundup: Dems Will Unite, Swizzle Sticks and Celebrating Midwives

Dems will unite around women, McCain on the Daily Show, TV workplace harassment, rising BC prices and debunking ALL.

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Obama: Not Invited to My Baby Shower

Michael Gerson says Barack Obama doesn’t have a “welcoming attitude to new life.” What exactly kicks Obama off your baby shower guest list?

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PEPFAR: When Words Matter

Few words could mean the difference between life and death for people, and success or failure for a vital program. Eight little words in a bill that will be voted on in the House this week will severely limit the US’s ability to respond to the AIDS crisis which needlessly claims the lives of over two million people each year.

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When Obama Voted “No”

Obama’s opposition to the “Born Alive Infant Protection Act” serves as the basis of anti-choice rhetoric against his candidacy. The BAIPA isn’t really about protecting infants; it is anti-abortion rights legislation crafted by the hard right.

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