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Kansas Abortion Clinics Fight Data Request: Criminal Inquiries Trump Issues of Privacy, State Says (Post, March 15, 2005)

Abortion Opponents Unite on the Mall: Thousands March Against Roe v. Wade (Post, Jan. 25, 2005)

Bush Hails Progress Toward 'Culture of Life': Limits on Abortion, Stem Cell Use Cited (Post, Jan. 25, 2005)

After 32 Years, Roe Remains a Lightning Rod (Post, Jan. 23, 2005)

Third U.S. Judge Rejects Abortion Law: Ruling in Nebraska on 'Partial-Birth' Ban Puts High Court Review in Question (Post, Sept. 9, 2004)

'Partial-Birth Abortion' Law Rejected by Judge (Post, Aug. 27, 2004)

Abortion Foe to Be Reappointed to FDA Panel: Four Lawmakers Tell Bush That Doctor Has 'Allowed His Personal Views to Overshadow His Duty' (Post, June 29, 2004)

Events Forcing Abortion Issue on Kerry: Reticence as Much Personal As Political, His Aides Say (Post, June 3, 2004)

Ban on Type of Abortion Reversed: 'Partial Birth' Law Faces Challenges (Post, June 2, 2004)

Women's Rally Draws Vast Crowd: Marchers Champion Reproductive Rights, Opposition to Bush (Post, April 26, 2004)

Antiabortion Rally Confronts Huge March: Groups Trade Accusations, Insults Along Pennsylvania Avenue (Post, April 26, 2004)

A Mingling of Conviction and Capitalism (Post, April 26, 2004)

For Some Believers, a Cause Across Generations: Throngs of Like-Minded Revel in Commonality (Post, April 26, 2004)

Catholics Question Abortion Focus: Some Want Church to Address Issues Such as Death Penalty (Post, April 26, 2004)

Abortion Opponents Post Gains Since '95: Laws Have Limited Access to Procedure (Post, April 25, 2004)

Three Judges To Hear Case On Abortion Procedure Ban (Post, March 29, 2004)

Judge Rules on Abortion Records (Post, March 21, 2004)

Thousands March on Roe v. Wade Anniversary: Both Sides Gather to Press Their Cases in Abortion Debate (Post, Jan. 22, 2004; 2:58 PM)

Abortion Clinics Targeted Before They Are Built: Foes Threaten to Boycott Contractors (Post, Nov. 30, 2003)

Death After Abortion Pill Reignites Safety Debate: Opponents Renew Drive to Ban Drug Woman Took (Post, Nov. 3, 2003)


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