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By Tom Strode - Feb 25, 2013

Members of Congress again are seeking to protect the rights of parents and the safety of their daughters when it comes to out-of-state abortions on underage girls.

Introduced Feb. 14 in both the Senate and House of Representatives, legislation known as the Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act (CIANA) would:…

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50th lawsuit filed against abortion mandate

By Michael Foust - Mar 14, 2013 - (1)

A Southern Baptist business owner whose ancestors fled England four centuries ago to escape religious persecution has filed suit against the Obama administration’s abortion/contraceptive mandate, bringing to 50 the number of lawsuits against the controversial policy.…

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Blind Chinese activist lifts veil on China’s one-child policy

By Doug Carlson - May 24, 2012

When the news first broke last month about Chen Guangcheng’s April 22 escape from house arrest in China, few Americans had ever heard of the man. Within just a few short days, however, the 40-year-old blind human rights activist, who has now found refuge in the United States, became a widely identifiable figure, his dark sunglasses emblematic of the Chinese government’s dark policies he has courageously exposed.…

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