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Horizon Health CEO says network won't provide abortion services 'on the cheap'

WATCH: Published emails have shown the reason Moncton was chosen to be the only English speaking location for abortion services came down to cost. Laura Brown reports. 354 more words

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Celebrating Pro-Choice Champ, Representative Alma Adams

United States Representative Alma Adams, North Carolina 12th Congressional District

NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina would like to take a moment to recognize and thank Representative Alma Adams for speaking out against… 260 more words

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North Carolina Catholic for Choice Speaks Out Against #HB465

Sarah J. Bucher, a Catholic for Choice from Raleigh, North Carolina 

As a pro-choice Catholic, I feel the need to speak out against North Carolina House Bill 465, which triples the existing mandatory abortion waiting period. 77 more words

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#HB465 is Bad Medicine and Bad Politics

“Keep Your Promise, McCrory” tour stop in Fayetteville: Speech by Raven Deas, NC State University Senior and NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina Intern 

I am a Fayetteville native, a North Carolina State University student, and for the past few months, an intern at NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina. 329 more words

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INVITATION to "Living in the Crosshairs" Book Release Party

You are invited to celebrate the release of the new book:

 Living in the Crosshairs: The Untold Stories of Anti-Abortion Terrorism

by David S. Cohen and Krysten Connon… 457 more words

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GiveBIG on May 5 and Protect Access to Safe, Legal Abortion

GiveBIG on May 5 and have your donation go even further. Here’s one more reason why. 

Emily and her husband Rob (not their real names) were looking forward to expanding their family, so they were thrilled when Emily became pregnant with twins. 790 more words

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Topless activist protests Quebec's proposed health legislation

Above watch: Concerned about access to abortion, a topless activist staged a dramatic interruption at a news conference held by Quebec’s culture minister at the National Assembly. 600 more words

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