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The group will place the calls in Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Nevada, Pennsylvania
All four of the GOP presidential candidates who are still in the race have said that they would work to reverse Roe v. Wade
Mr. President: Why not celebrate your birthday by rescinding your decision that has turned some important women in your life against you?
Women deserve legal protection, and as long as a fetus is part of a woman's body, it has protections through her.
The t-shirt slogan,"The Day the Dome Was Tarnished Forever" became holy inspiration for others to engage in crass sloganeering and even violent action.
It's important to remember your audience, and Obama clearly did at Notre Dame. Here are eight key lines from Obama's address and the biblical passages they reference.
The first hint of a stir came just after Election Day, when the computer servers at Americans United for Life crashed. People
While I respect the opinions of those who oppose abortion, I do not understand why those same leaders would then oppose policies proven to reduce abortions.
When it was rescinded by President Clinton in 1993 I was barely aware of how important The Mexico City Policy was, but Dubya's first-day move hit me hard. Right in the uterus, in fact.
The Brody File has learned that President Obama WILL NOT issue an executive order today that would have reversed a Bush administration
Barack Obama has launched a broadside against John McCain's opposition to abortion rights and moved one of the most divisive
If Democrats continue to parry Republican war cries of "baby killer" or continue to couch the debate in terms of life vs. choice, they do indeed have something to worry about.
Watch the interview clip and transcript here. CBN News' David Brody interviewed Barack Obama after Saturday night's Saddleback
Obama is walking a dangerous road -- especially with women Democratic voters -- by saying things about reproductive rights that make him look more Republican than John McCain.
Does Sen. Barack Obama really mean to say he supports new restrictions on late-term abortions that would effectively weaken
In its own call with reporters on Monday, the Clinton campaign did not dispute Obama's 100 percent rating from pro-choice
I fully expect that whichever of the two, Obama or Clinton, become president, I will be fighting with them for more on reproductive rights than either is ready to give.
What women do not need now is a divisive fight within the Democratic Party over which candidate is better on women's issues such as choice.