Nancy Northup

Center for Reproductive Rights

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President of the Center for Reproductive Rights, an international pro-choice legal organization based in New York

Nancy Northup on KCRW

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.

Ultrasounds, Heartbeats and the Politics of Un-Planned Parenthood

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

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Scott Roeder is the lone suspect in Sunday's killing of Dr.

The Murder of Abortion Doctor George Tiller

Scott Roeder is the lone suspect in Sunday's killing of Dr.

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