Planned Parenthood
November 05, 2021
CNA Staff, Nov 4, 2021 / 12:10 pm Loyola Marymount University says it will not block a student club from hosting a fundraiser Friday for abortion provider Planned Parenthood, despite a petition drive that says it’s an “egregious violation” to hold the event on the Catholic institution’s Los Angeles campus. The student group, Women in
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President-elect Joe Biden is expected to overturn much of the outgoing administration's domestic and foreign policies in the coming days with a series of new executive orders
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Kanye denounced the US’s largest abortion provider as racist and demonic after announcing an unexpected run for the Oval Office
June 25, 2020
The president of the leading Catholic women’s organization in Germany has declared her support for "reproductive rights"
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David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt faced charges for recording Planned Parenthood executives without their consent
March 29, 2017
Accused says 'bogus' charges are coming from 'Planned Parenthood's political cronies'
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Trump said polling shows most Americans oppose public funding for abortion
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Arkansas, Alabama, Kansas, Mississippi and Louisiana have also had similar efforts blocked
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