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America’s Pediatricians Claim the Right to Contracept Your Kids

Parents are Not to Know (But They are Expected to Pay)

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New Pill, Same Misinformation

The abortion industry, feminist groups, and the lamestream media are wild with excitement over this new addition to the arsenal of the sexual revolution, but we are forced to ask an obvious question: How can a pill “prevent” pregnancy five full days after sex? Vol. 12/No. 16 On June 17th, a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) panel unanimously approved a new abortifacient drug, cutely called “ella,” moving it one step closer to final approval and …

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Wisconsin Offers “Free” Birth Control — with Your Money

06 October 2008 — Vol. 10/ No. 42 “Free birth control is only a phone call away,” assures a sunny female radio voice. “Total bill: zero. It’s not a mistake. It’s the Waiver!” So asserts the web site of Wisconsin’s Family Planning Health Services (FPHS), a federally funded “reproductive health” group that offers contraception and STD testing to low-income women and minors. The “Waiver” that the radio voice refers to is the Family Planning Waiver …

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PRI Commends FDA for denying Over-the-Counter Status to ‘Morning-After Pill’

Commends FDA for denying Over-the-Counter Status to ‘Morning-After Pill’ For Immediate Release: For more information contact: Vince Criste: (540) 622-5240 May 12, 2004 Front Royal, VA – “The FDA is to be commended for denying over-the-counter approval of the so-called ‘morning after pill'” said Steven W. Mosher of the Virginia-based Population Research Institute (PRI). “Making this dangerous drug so easily accessible, especially without age restrictions and excluding parental involvement would have resulted in a public …

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New Report on FDA Approval of ‘Emergency Contraception’

Press Release Source: Population Reseach New Report on FDA Approval of ‘Emergency Contraception’ WASHINGTON, DC, 31 March 2004 — Population Research Institute has released an in-depth report on so-called “emergency contraception.” The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has delayed its decision to act on Women’s Capital Corporation/Barr Laboratories application for over-the-counter (OTC) status for so-called “emergency contraception”(EC), the morning-after pill (MAP). Opposition to OTC/MAP involves concerns that OTC/MAP would increase rates of rape, STDs, …

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‘Emergency Contraception’ and the Dangers to Adolescents

March 5, 2004 Volume 6 / Number 9 Dear Colleague: Last month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) delayed until May its decision on Women’s Capital Corporation’s application for over-the-counter (OTC) status for the morning-after pill, so-called emergency contraception (EC). In order to educate the general public about the abortion-inducing character and other adverse medical consequences of this powerful hormonal drug, PRI, with the help of researcher Julie Wheeland, is publishing an in-depth report. …

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