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A federal appeals court has upheld Ohio’s restrictions on the use of the abortion drug RU 486.

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, which is based in Cincinnati, ruled Oct. 2 a 2004 Ohio law regulating RU 486 is not “unconstitutionally vague,” is not a violation of a “woman’s right to bodily integrity” and does not act as an “undue burden” on a woman’s right to abortion.…

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By Doug Carlson - Jan 11, 2012

January is a month packed with remembrances of momentous events. First up is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, designated each year as the third Monday of the month. It commemorates the birthday of the civil rights leader who courageously led the nation forward in racial equality.…

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Coming soon to America: Babies who have one genetic father, two genetic mothers, and dozens of discarded siblings.

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