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81. 'Incremental' Antiabortion-Rights Strategy Is Curbing Abortion Access in Ohio, Op-Ed States

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"Ohio lawmakers' recent actions against Planned Parenthood and their inch-by-inch approach to abortion legislation must be understood as part of a calculated [conservative] strategy to render a woman's constitutionally protected right to...

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"Ohio lawmakers' recent actions against Planned Parenthood and their inch-by-inch approach to abortion legislation must be understood as part of a calculated [conservative] strategy to render a woman's constitutionally protected right to an abortion moot," Alicia Gibson, chair of Parents and Professionals of Planned Parenthood Cincinnati, writes in an opinion piece for the Cincinnati Enquirer.

82. New Social Media Campaign Urges Repeal of Irish Abortion Restrictions

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Abortion-rights supporters in Ireland are tweeting about their menstrual cycles to Prime Minister Enda Kenny as part of a viral campaign to repeal restrictive abortion laws there, Reuters reports (Halpin, Reuters, 11/6). Background In 20...

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Abortion-rights supporters in Ireland are tweeting about their menstrual cycles to Prime Minister Enda Kenny as part of a viral campaign to repeal restrictive abortion laws there, Reuters reports.  

83. Ind. Health Department Revises HPV Vaccine Notification Letter

(Web Page; Wed Dec 16 11:27:00 CST 2015)

The Indiana State Department of Health has altered language in a reminder notice to parents in the state whose children have not yet received the human papillomavirus vaccine in response to concerns about the original notice, AP/WISH TV ...

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The Indiana State Department of Health has altered language in a reminder notice to parents in the state whose children have not yet received the human papillomavirus vaccine in response to concerns about the original notice, AP/WISH TV 8 reports.

84. MU Doctoral Student To Continue Researching Mandatory Delay Law Despite Lawmaker's Objections

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A doctoral student at the University of Missouri on Wednesday said she will continue to research the effect of a state law (HR 1307) imposing a mandatory delay of 72 hours prior to abortion, despite the objections of a conservative state...

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A doctoral student at the University of Missouri on Wednesday said she will continue to research the effect of a state law (HR 1307) imposing a mandatory delay of 72 hours prior to abortion, despite the objections of a conservative state legislator, Al Jazeera America reports.

85. NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio Backs Ballot Measure To Revise District-Drawing Process

(Web Page; Wed Dec 16 11:27:00 CST 2015)

NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio has endorsed a ballot measure (Issue 1) that would revise the process for drawing legislative districts, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Issue 1 Details Issue 1 would establish a seven-member panel that would be ch...

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NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio has endorsed a ballot measure (Issue 1) that would revise the process for drawing legislative districts, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.  

86. Blogs Comment on Pittsburgh 'Buffer Zone' Lawsuit, the 'Latest Reach of Feticide Laws,' More

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Read the week's best commentary from bloggers at the Women's Law Project blog, RH Reality Check and more. ANTIABORTION-RIGHTS MOVEMENT: "Anti-Choice Protesters Still Fighting To Knock Down Pittsburgh Buffer Zone," Women's Law Project blo...

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Read the week's best commentary from bloggers at the Women's Law Project blog, RH Reality Check and more.

87. Editorial Calls on Supreme Court To Reject Organizations' 'Extravagant Interpretation' of RFRA

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"It's vital that the [Supreme Court] reject the ... extravagant interpretation" of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (PL 103-141) used by organizations challenging the federal contraceptive coverage rules' accommodation for not-for-p...

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"It's vital that the [Supreme Court] reject the ... extravagant interpretation" of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (PL 103-141) used by organizations challenging the federal contraceptive coverage rules' accommodation for not-for-profits that hold themselves out as religious and oppose contraception, a Los Angeles Times editorial states. 

88. Blogs Comment on Lawsuits Threatening Roe v. Wade, CPC's Deceptive Messaging Tactics, More

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Read the week's best commentary from bloggers at the Center for American Progress' "ThinkProgress," the National Women's Law Center's "Womenstake" and more. ABORTION ACCESS: "The Supreme Court Is About To Consider a Case That Could End R...

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Read the week's best commentary from bloggers at the Center for American Progress' "ThinkProgress," the National Women's Law Center's "Womenstake" and more. 

89. Report: U.S. Among 13 Countries With Increasing Maternal Mortality Rates

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The U.S. maternal death rate is twice that of Canada's, according to a new report on global maternal death rates published by the World Health Organization, the United Nations and the World Bank, Reuters reports. The survey is designed t...

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The U.S. maternal death rate is twice that of Canada's, according to a new report on global maternal death rates published by the World Health Organization, the United Nations and the World Bank, Reuters reports.

90. N.Y. Co-Op Closure Could Place Consumers in Catholic Plan With Secondary Providers for Reproductive Health Services

(Web Page; Wed Dec 16 11:27:00 CST 2015)

The closure of the New York health insurance co-op established under the Affordable Care Act (PL 111-148) could leave many New York residents automatically enrolled in a Catholic insurance plan that requires members to access certain rep...

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The closure of the New York health insurance co-op established under the Affordable Care Act (PL 111-148) could leave many New York residents automatically enrolled in a Catholic insurance plan that requires members to access certain reproductive health care services via secondary providers, Politico New York reports.