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Forced Pregnancy Testing: Blatant Discrimination and a Gross Violation of Human Rights

Forced pregnancy testing in schools is a gross violation of young women’s fundamental human rights. It is a shock to see a practice I’ve come to associate with schools in the developing world being replicated in the United States.

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Rep. Steve King: All Life Is Sacred…Except for The Woman’s Life That Is

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) discusses why he confronts elementary, middle and high school students with the question: Where do you stand on the issue of abortion?

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Standing Up For Women’s Rights

At Harvard University, we are standing up for women’s reproductive health. The Stupak-Pitts amendment is unacceptable. We will not permit the continued marginalization of abortion.

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Censoring Student Media

Last week, 3,000 copies of the New School Free Press were stolen on the day it was published.

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After 36 years, Will Maine Back Out Now?

Say this ten times fast: An Act to Protect the Safety of Maine Children by Requiring the Express Consent of Legal Guardian to Dispense Prescription Medication to a Minor.

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Roundup: House Drops Affordable Birth Control Measure

House leaves 2006 loophole open allowing rise of birth control for students and low-income women, TIME asks if pro-choice women will back anti-choice McCain, Many British schools offer sexual health services.

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Roundup: Canadian Campuses Debate Abortion, Birth Control Research Stagnant

Canadian universities debate funding for anti-choice student groups, Birth control stuck in ‘dark ages’, Convictions for rape at 5.7% in Britain.

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The Never-Ending Juggling Act

Young mothers who struggle to stay in school need more support and resources to continue their education.

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