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Women’s Health Protection Act: Dead Wrong for Women and Children

This Friday, the House will consider H.R. 3755, the so-called “Women’s Health Protection Act.” You might think this would help women with cancer, heart disease, or other illnesses or diseases. Or perhaps it is to protect women from rape or violence. With such a comprehensive name, you would hope it would include elder care. After all, …

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Why are these people so scared of babies?

An Associated Press article reports: “Twenty Democratic attorneys general have voiced their support for a lawsuit challenging South Carolina’s new abortion law, arguing that the restrictive measure could harm their states by taxing resources if women cross borders to seek care.” And Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring wrote, “As a result, South Carolina’s restrictive abortion laws will cause many of …

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What will she face — now that school is back in session?

Our top priorities are based on those who are at highest risk… The poor, students, young working women, victims of violence, mothers who already have dependents — and those who have suffered previous abortions. …and what they say they need! Women deserve better. Girls deserve better, too. Within our unique mission of resources and support, we are working hard …

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Dr. Skop Responds to WHO on DIY Abortions

In response to the World Health Organization’s release earlier this summer of updated “self-care” guidelines recommending the self-administration of abortion-inducing drugs without the direct supervision of a doctor, we asked for input from Dr. Ingrid Skop. In this exclusive statement released to FFL, she explains what is going on internationally and the implications for women’s health in …

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