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Retiring Obey Endorses Pro-Choice Rep. Lassa For Seat

In the 7th district race in northwestern Wisconsin, retiring Representative David R. Obey (D) has joined Emily’s List in endorsing Wisconsin state Sen. Julie Lassa to take over his seat.

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Extreme Anti-Choice Group Endorses Two Wisconsin Candidates For Governor

Pro-Life Wisconsin endorses two candidates for governor, believing either one will likely cut off all access to abortion and birth control.

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Repro-Briefs: The Lesser-Noticed Abortion Battles

Wisconsin still can’t get emergency contraception to rape victims, Florida tries to get judges to tell pregnant teenagers they should give their babies up for adoption and more stories that went under the radar.

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Roundup: Follow-Up Friday, And a Star Wars Birth

From Florida to Wisconsin, a brief follow up to all of the roundup stories posted earlier this week. And a Mother’s Day mini roundup with an extra geeky treat.

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Roundup: Victory, But for Who?

Pro-Life Wisconsin declares victory over shutting off plans for a late term abortion provider.  Except they didn’t, and it wouldn’t be a victory, anyway.

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Reproductive and Sexual Health in the States: Two Steps Forward, Several Steps Back

By the end of March, 825 measures had been introduced in the 44 legislatures that have convened so far in 2010.

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What a DA’s Actions Reveal About The War on Contraception

The war on contraception may not go mainstream any time soon, but current efforts point toward the creation of sexual Haves and Have Nots, those who “deserve” contraception and those who don’t.

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Sex Education is not “Teaching Sex for Pleasure”

Lon Newman, executive director of Family Planning Health Services in Central Wisconsin responds to Juneau County District Attorney Scott Southworth’s recent assertion that teaching sex ed is “advocating” for teen sex.

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Recipe for a Successful Medicaid Family Planning Program

Primary preventive health care delivery is changing. To move closer to universal access to reproductive health care, providers and supporters must seize the opportunity.

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Gov. Doyle: No Prosecution for Sex Ed Teachers

Wisconsin Gov. Doyle reaffirms no teachers will be prosecuted for providing sex ed in schools, despite a D.A.’s claims.

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