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What If We Regulated Guns and Ammunition Like We Regulate Abortion?

Where are the Targeted Regulation of Ammunition Providers bills?

 

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Virginia Clinics to Spend Up to $3 Million Each to Meet New TRAP Regulations

Twenty of the twenty-three clinics in the state say they will modify their clinics to meet the new legislative standards.

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Federal Judge Blocks Enforcement of Kansas TRAP Law

Late yesterday, U.S. District Judge Carlos Murguia temporarily blocked the state of Kansas from enforcing new regulations created under the guise of “protecting women,” but in fact aimed at shutting clinics and medical offices providing abortion care.

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UPDATED: Kansas Lawmakers Seeking to Protect the Health of Women? A Crock of You Know What If Ever There Was One

In imposing new and medically unnecessary regulations on providers of abortion care, Kansas lawmakers claim they are just interested in “protecting the health of women.”  Instead, what they are doing is ensuring more women face greater health risks.

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Why Did She Wait So Long? Later Abortions and the Implications of the New Nebraska Ban

In April 2010, the Nebraska legislature banned abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy for all reasons except for the life and physical health of the mother. The reality is that women need later abortions for many of the same reasons women need any other abortion.

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Roundup: Anti-contraception Proposal Strikes a Nerve

Bush’s proposed anti-contraception regulations have struck a nerve with Americans; Study underscores importance of checking HIV drug treatment combinations; Study links high soy consumption to low sperm count.

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