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Wyoming Bans Abortion Pills

  Wyoming took an important step to reduce abortion last week: It just outlawed abortion pills, becoming the first state to explicitly do so. Thirteen other states outlaw abortion pills via blanket abortion bans, and 15 others limit abortion pill access. Wyoming’s decision...
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Legal Issues on Chemical Abortions

  This article was originally posted by Edward Mechmann’s blog Stepping Out of the Boat on March 10, 2023 ____________________________________________________________________________________ In January 2023, the FDA announced a new policy that permits a woman to obtain...
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The Threshold of No Consequence

  A teenager strapped to a backpack reeking of marijuana boards a city bus. The stink permeates the vehicle’s interior the moment the teen reaches the top step. Sneering at the fare box, he walks by the driver and plops into a seat. I guess he doesn’t have to pay. I do, but...
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Jeweler’s Dust

  It was the end of my first day on the job as a shop girl in an antique jewelry store in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Long glass cases on mahogany legs, a grandfather clock in the corner—they didn’t just sell jewelry but made and repaired it as well in the workshop at...
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The Foolishness of the Cross

    In the first chapter of his first epistle to the Corinthians, Saint Paul writes: “The preaching of the cross is to them that [are] perish[ing], foolishness; but unto us which are [being] saved, it is the power of God.” Recently preaching on this passage, I first...
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Political Pretense

  Save, O LORD, for the godly one is gone; for the faithful have vanished from among the children of man. Everyone utters lies to his neighbor; with flattering lips and a double heart they speak (Ps 12:1-2).   Predictably, passage in the House of the Born-Alive Abortion...
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