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OneNewsNow — There are odd twists in a case involving an Idaho woman who had been accused of self-aborting with RU-486. In 2010, Jennie Linn McCormack was accused of using the drug to abort a baby late in pregnancy. The drug is supposed to only be used up to 49 days. The RU-486 was reportedly […]

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Next Tuesday, North Carolina voters will decide for or against the following language:  Constitutional amendment to provide that marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this State.” If the voters who choose to protect marriage outnumber those who don’t, the following will […]

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Charimsa News — Score one—or two—for government in the South. Pro-lifers are celebrating in Georgia this week with back-to-back victories: one from the fetus and another from the deathbed. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal just signed a law that protects pre-born children capable of feeling pain. Previously, Georgia allowed abortions for almost any reason through all […]

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CBS News — House Republicans investigating the Fast and Furious scandal plan to pursue a contempt citation against Attorney General Eric Holder, senior congressional aides told CBS News. The resolution will accuse Holder and his Justice Department of obstructing the congressional probe into the allegations that the government let thousands of weapons fall into the […]

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World magazine — A posse of state attorneys general were milling around on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court building—again. Another day at the high court, another blockbuster case. Wednesday’s case on Arizona’s immigration law, the last of the Supreme Court’s term, was in many ways a parallel of last month’s historic healthcare case. […]

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Christianity Today (4/23/2012) — Religious freedom for Christians in Egypt (Copts) and other religious minorities hangs in the balance as Egyptian voters prepare to select a new president starting May 23. This is the first open presidential election in a generation. If voters favor a hardline Islamist as president, existing religious freedoms are at greater […]

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World magazine — Texas moves government healthcare funding away from Planned Parenthood, the abortion provider goes to court to keep its place at the trough. Fifteen years ago Cynthia Wenz of Houston had her third abortion. Two weeks later, with Wenz’s uterus still enlarged, a technician advised that they repeat the procedure. “We probably didn’t […]

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