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Mercedes Allen | A recap of how the abortion debate has already been underway, in the U.S. and in Canada.
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Mercedes Allen | Canadians accepted Stephen Harper's assurances that the abortion debate would not be reopened. But it has.
Activist Toolkit
| Started by the Vancouver Women's Caucus, the Abortion Caravan was the first national feminist protest.
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Mercedes Allen | Teach kids to coexist with gay and trans kids? You can't do that. Teach them to march in anti-abortion protests? Sure, why not?
Podcast
Jennifer Efting, Melanie Spence | From birth control, to abortion, to access to information and education, what's happening with sexual health for women in Canada?
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Aalya | Mother's Day reflection on the importance of telling each other our abortion stories under a majority Conservative government.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | This week marks the final edition of the Weekly Pulse. As the Pulse winds down, we look ahead to some of the most pressing health-care issues facing the nation.
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Neo-Con Professor Tom Flanagan
David J. Climenhaga | No, the leopard can't change his spots. And Stephen Harper hasn't really changed either. Either will bite you, given the opportunity.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | How will the next generation of seniors pay for health care if Republicans privatize Medicare? The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) suggests some options in a darkly funny ad.
RabbleTV
Pro-choice activism at the Catholic University of San Francisco
rabbleTV | When Jason Kenney was a student at the Catholic University of San Francisco, he campaigned to have them banned, threatening to take his fight all the way to the Vatican.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott plans to force public workers and welfare recipients to undergo random drug testing every three weeks.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | Vermont is poised to abolish most forms of private health insurance. The state's newly inaugurated Democratic governor, Peter Shumlin, unveiled his health insurance plan in early February.