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Doctor's case carries troublesome scenario

April 20, 2013

Americans concerned about the ease with which abortions can be obtained, not to mention government subsidies for some organizations that provide them, have warned for years that such changes in our......

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Apr-22-13 6:30 AM

"...a Planned Parenthood representative was asked about the position of her organization, perhaps the single largest abortion provider in the country..."


Yeah...that's what the SG "needs"...more tabloid-style "investigative"-journalism!!

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Apr-21-13 8:12 AM

Agreed. Sadly, there are too many heels dug in and too many closed ears and minds to any info or reasoning. You don't have to like it, but progress cannot be made with childish resistance, so you have unresolved important issues that continue to divide--much to govt delight.

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Apr-20-13 7:49 AM

I think the Pro-choice groups are going to have to come to grips with the viability issue, just as pro-life groups have to come to grips with the idea that there are situations in which abortion should remain legal.

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