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‘Underground’ abortions in Poland, will Catholic country ease pro-life laws?

September 15, 2012


Alaska Dispatch, September 15, 2012 by Vanessa Johnston When pregnant women in Poland decide to have an abortion, they take a common but highly secretive step. “I found some phone numbers in the newspaper; I called around,” explains a young blonde woman named Jola. The doctors are listed anonymously in the classifieds section offering to “induce […]

New law won’t stop abortions

May 21, 2012


Clarion Ledger, May 21, 2012 by M.A. Gowen Why does Gov. Bryant hate women? The people of Mississippi voted against the Personhood. Are Bryant and Lt. Gov. Reeves so naive as to think that they can stop a woman from having an abortion if she really wants one? I worked at Baptist Hospital in the […]

Kansas Abortion Bill: Lawmakers Pass Sweeping Measure

May 4, 2012


Huffington Post, May 4, 2012 by John Celock Following more than two hours of emotional debate, the Republican-controlled Kansas House of Representatives passed a sweeping 69-page anti-abortion bill. The passage sets the stage for Kansas to potentially enact one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the United States, coming a year after the state […]