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‘The next frontier of abortion’

Abortion | A California bill requiring universities to offer abortion-inducing drugs could open the door for more abortions nationwide via telemedicine
by Samantha Gobba
Posted 9/03/18, 01:01 pm

Despite the efforts of pro-life advocates, California legislators approved a bill last week that will require state-run university health centers to give students abortion-inducing drugs.

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Upholding life Down Under

Life | Australia blocks euthanasia in its territories 
by Samantha Gobba
Posted 8/20/18, 03:34 pm

The Australian Senate came within two votes last week of allowing its territories to legalize euthanasia, but multiple lawmakers changed their minds at the last minute.

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People in pain

News analysis | A pair of high-profile suicides brings attention to a growing crisis
by Jamie Dean
Posted 6/14/18, 12:37 pm

Summer dawned with cautious hopes for North Korean diplomacy and cheerful hurrahs (at least among some Americans) over a Supreme Court victory for Christian baker Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop.

But sunny days also brought darker news, with the sudden deaths of two well-known public figures—fashion designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef and author Anthony Bourdain. Both had successful careers. Both committed suicide.

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