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Federal Appeals Court Considers Idaho’s 20-Week Abortion Ban

A panel of judges is considering overturning a lower court's ruling that the state's 20-week abortion ban is unconstitutional.

A panel of judges is considering overturning a lower court’s ruling that the state’s 20-week abortion ban is unconstitutional.

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How Republicans Are Distorting the Gosnell Case to Push a Federal 20-Week Abortion Ban

Rep. Virginia Foxx cries about "America's sin" on the House floor during Tuesday's debate over HR 1797.

Gosnell’s murders were already illegal under current law, so neither HR 1797, nor any other 20-week ban, would prevent another Gosnell. But anti-choice laws could push more women to obtain unsafe abortions.

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Statement From Rep. Earl Blumenauer on Federal 20-Week Abortion Ban

Congressman Earl Blumenauer (OR-03).

Once more, the Republican controlled House is seeking to limit women’s access to safe reproductive health care through the “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.”

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Minnesota’s Anti-Choice Community Proposes “Fetal Pain” Law As Vehicle for Anti-Abortion Legislation

Minnesota’s anti-choice community is hoping to pass a so-called “fetal pain” ban, relying on the fact that the state already offers anesthesia for late term abortions.

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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: 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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(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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