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  1. feminist.org/news/newsbyte/uswire.asp?offset=75
    7/30/2014 - Fifth Circuit Court Rules In Favor Of Mississippi's Last Clinic. Mississippi's last remaining abortion clinic will remain open after a the US Court of ...
  2. www.democraticunderground.com  › …  › Forums & Groups  › Main
    By almost any measure, issues related to reproductive health and rights at the state level received unprecedented attention in 2011. In the 50 states combined ...
  3. forum.grasscity.com  › Mind Over Matter  › Politics
    Page 1 of 8 - The Official Abortion/ Womens health Thread (includes poll) - posted in Politics:
  4. www.tfpstudentaction.org/.../reversing-abortion-in...
    On the Front Lines In the Deep South, Mississippians are especially polite, hospitable and respectful. They firmly and overwhelmingly oppose abortion as well.
  5. www.wlox.com/story/17139445/turnabout-bills-seek-to...
    (RNN) - As public debate over women's reproductive health continues, a growing number of state legislators and politicians are introducing provisions to regulate men ...
  6. www.womenscenter.com/epoc_fee_schedule.html
    The Orlando EPOC Clinic is specializing in non-surgical (Abortion by pill, Ru 486), medical and surgical abortion procedures from early to late second trimester ...
  7. law.justia.com  › …  › 2005 Missouri Revised Statutes
    2005 Missouri Revised Statutes - § 196.1127. — Appropriation to board subject to certain requirements. 196.1127. 1. The moneys appropriated to the life sciences ...
  8. www.shakesville.com/2012/01/chipping-away-at-roe.html
    Welcome to Shakesville, a progressive feminist blog about politics, culture, social justice, cute things, and all that is in between. Please note that the commenting ...
  9. www.grandforksherald.com/event/article/id/199346
    Published April 07, 2011, 05:45 PM Shutdown talks but no deal as clock ticks down President Barack Obama and congressional leaders bargained and blustered by ...
  10. www.thenation.com/article/172539/demanding-women
    Fifty-five percent of women voters (including 96 percent of African-American women voters and 67 percent of single women voters) voted for President Barack Obama this ...