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WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to a new poll of Catholic voters carried out by Belden Russonello and Stewart for Catholics for Choice, Catholics support both a public option in healthcare reform and a plan that would include funding for abortion.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., July 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American people continue to move to the pro-life perspective on abortion according to the latest Moral Compass survey by the Knights of Columbus and Marist Poll. The poll mirrored findings of other recent surveys, showing that more Americans identify as pro-life than as pro-choice, and that the vast majority of Americans favor restricting abortion. Among the key findings: 86% of Americans would significantly restrict abortion.60% of...
By Stephanie Clifford After a lawsuit from a British anti-abortion group, Google is allowing religious organizations to take out ads using the keyword "abortion." In March, Google rejected an ad from the Christian Institute that read, in part, "UK abortion law: Key news and views on abortion law from The Christian Institute." The group filed a lawsuit against Google in April, saying the company was discriminating on religious grounds.
By Sarah Cassidy Google Has been forced to abandon its ban on religious organisations placing anti-abortion ads on its site after it was sued by a pro-life charity.
So Nancy Pelosi says the "doctors of the church" haven't been able to define when life begins. What kind of doctors are they? Scientific, medical, theological? No church "doctor" can convince me he knows when a soul enters a fetus; only the Creator knows when life begins.
Once again the Republican Party platform leaves no exceptions when calling for a total ban on abortion. It opposes the teachings of the LDS Church.
By Toby Green A Romanian government committee is to decide today whether an 11- year old Romanian girl raped by her uncle can travel to Britain for an abortion.
By Silvia Aloisi ROME (Reuters) - The Vatican newspaper criticized on Tuesday comments by Italy's health minister in favor of the abortion pill, setting the tone for a drawn-out battle with the new centre-left government over its proposed social policies.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two additional deaths have been reported after women took the abortion pill known as RU-486 or Mifeprex, U.S. regulators said on Friday. The Food and Drug Administration said it has not been able to determine the cause of the newly reported deaths.
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