Betty Cockrum

Planned Parenthood of Indiana

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Roe versus Wade  legalized abortions in 1973.  But the argument over the "right to choose" versus the "right to life" is still not decided.

The Politics of Un-Planned Parenthood

Roe versus Wade legalized abortions in 1973.  But the argument over the "right to choose" versus the "right to life" is still not decided.

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Congress isn't the only place where conservatives won big in last year's elections.

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