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March 9, 2015 A growing number of states are giving public money to crisis pregnancy centers. But the centers are unregulated, and abortion rights groups accuse them of coercing women with misinformation.
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Forty years after Roe v. Wade -- and nearly 50 years after the start of efforts toward legalizing abortion -- the debate still carries on, with younger generations ready to take up the cause for both sides.
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January 22, 2013 Abortion foes say the U.S. Supreme Court's aggressive decision set the issue on the path toward becoming intractable. Others say factors besides the landmark case — including doctors, lawyers, President Nixon and the Catholic Church — more strongly influenced the state of today's debate.
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The scene on the National Mall earlier this afternoon.
January 24, 2011 Expect many votes this year on the issue of abortion and especially federal funding of it.
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