One advocate said the proposed Title X rule changes would force health-care providers to omit medically accurate information necessary for patients to make fully informed decision.
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Anti-choice activists targeted the clinic with protests even though the Fort Wayne facility did not provide abortion care.
South Carolina became the tenth state to allow publicly funded adoption agencies to discriminate against same-sex couples and other prospective parents based on the agency's religious beliefs.
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“We should not be bullying other countries and attempting to water down resolutions that would recognize the importance of breastfeeding for infants and would work against misleading attempts to sell substitutes for a mother’s milk,” said U.S. Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney.