Pro-Life

Victims of their own choice

Abortion | A growing number of women are speaking up about the crippling effects abortion had on their bodies, hearts, and spirits
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 4/09/05, 12:00 am

By 5 p.m. on Jan. 24, the temperature in Washington, D.C., had dipped to a bone-numbing 13 degrees-so cold that, had more experienced activists not given Leslie Graves disposable hand-warmers to tuck into her boots, she might have fled indoors. Instead, the 49-year-old stay-home mother of three shivered near a small stage erected in front of the United States Supreme Court, waiting for her turn to tell a crowd of 250 about her abortion.

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Call waiting

Abortion | A new hotline tries to cool down a rising abortion rate in Florida
by Jamie Dean
Posted 4/09/05, 12:00 am

When Kizzy Coleman walked into the Women's Help Center in Jacksonville, Fla., six years ago, she faced a true "crisis pregnancy": At 21 years old, Ms. Coleman was the mother of two children, she was in an abusive relationship, she had just been evicted from her home, and she had just learned she was pregnant.

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Two steps back

Abortion | As pro-lifers march, the Supreme Court deals their cause a rebuke
by Bob Jones
Posted 2/05/05, 12:00 am

Hundreds of thousands of pro-life marchers descended on Washington, D.C., on Jan. 24, only to get a cold welcome from nature-and a cold shoulder from the Supreme Court.

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