Roe v. Wade

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Viable choices

Viable choices

By Emily Belz
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Roe v. Wade | Erica Pelman offers pregnancy resource center for Jewish women

Full of life

Full of life

By Marvin Olasky
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Roe v. Wade | Revitalized by young activists and growing support, the pro-life movement faces new tensions

Truth detector

Truth detector

By Grace Howard
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Roe v. Wade | Even some allies question Lila Rose's tactics, but her undercover work has revealed the ugly nature of Planned Parenthood

Congressman contra mundum

Congressman contra mundum

By Emily Belz
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Roe v. Wade | New to Capitol Hill but not to the pressures to compromise on pro-life principles, Kansan Tim Huelskamp says he's ready to be 'against the world'

Red zone defense

Red zone defense

By Alisa Harris
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Roe v. Wade | Abortion proponents are defending their own bloody red zone against a reinvigorated pro-life movement

Legislating for life

Legislating for life

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Roe v. Wade | Will the combination of a pro-life House led by a pro-life speaker succeed in giving headaches to pro-abortion groups during the next two years?

Life briefs

By Alisa Harris
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Roe v. Wade | Roxanne's Law rejected When Melinda Morin's boyfriend kicked her in the stomach for refusing to abort their baby, she lashed back by stabbing and killing him.

Trafficking cops

Trafficking cops

By Alisa Harris
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Roe v. Wade | Jason and Kristin Weis wanted to do something about the sexual exploitation of children, and they've found a way to make a difference

Life changes

Life changes

By Alisa Harris
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Roe v. Wade | Anti-CPC forces alter their tactics, auditors cast a probing eye on Planned Parenthood, and other news on the abortion front

A pro-baby wave

By Marvin Olasky
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Roe v. Wade | Optimistic signs point to a changing abortion debate

Chemical reaction

Chemical reaction

By Alisa Harris
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Roe v. Wade | The drug RU486 gives women the option of abortion in privacy-a lonely, painful, devastating privacy

Higher learning?

Higher learning?

By Anne Hendershott
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Roe v. Wade | Catholic colleges have become a training ground for pro-abortion politicians; evangelical colleges are doing better

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