Birth control pills could become OTC

by Whitney Williams
Posted 11/21/12, 06:18 pm

Birth control pills are one step closer to being as easy to purchase as aspirin—and according to a Tuesday statement from the nation’s largest group of obstetricians and gynecologists, that’s how it should be.

But others, like Threesa Sadler, executive director of Raffa Clinic, a pro-life pregnancy resource center in Greenville, Texas, aren’t so sure.

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Signs and Wonders 11.14

by Warren Cole Smith
Posted 11/14/12, 10:43 am

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China's 18th National Congress may bring about policy changes

by Jordan Lee & Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 11/06/12, 03:41 pm

Americans are heading to the polls today to choose their next president, but Chinese citizens will watch on the sidelines Thursday as China’s top lawmakers install a new generation of leaders at the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

Some Chinese believe this once-in-a-decade leadership transition can bring long-awaited policy revisions—including changes to China’s longstanding one-child policy—as a majority of the leadership is retiring and with the changing climate in the country.

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