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Court awards anti-abortion group after campus debacle

This article has been updated from a previous version to reflect new information. The Fresno State professor accused last semester of violating a campus club’s free speech rights claims he did nothing wrong. Greg Thatcher, professor of public health, said ...

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Planned Parenthood: Not an abortion factory

When Planned Parenthood opened its doors in October 1916, it was originally called the American Birth Control League. One hundred years later, it remains a leading provider of birth control and sex education in the United States. While abortion and ...

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The CDC’s sexist advisory

Women are now asked to live on some form of birth control from the time they are 21 until they encounter menopause because they hold the capacity to possibly give birth. Is this a dystopian novel? No. It is the ...

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Stand with Planned Parenthood

No matter how you feel about abortion, do not take it out on Planned Parenthood or its patrons. Don’t picket its buildings. Don’t harass its patrons. The men and women using these services are not guilty of anything other than ...

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How to be pro-life: Changing the dialogue on abortion

On April 12, The Atlantic printed a story about the trial of Kermit Gosnell, a West Philadelphia doctor who ran the Women’s Medical Society for more than 30 years. This clinic was billed as a place for taking care of ...

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Letters to the editor

[This letter is in response to the column “Are fetuses human beings?” by Oscar Perez.]

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Both sides of the abortion divide

An article praising H.R. 3962, the Affordable Health Care for America Act, appeared in Monday’s opinion section of The Collegian.

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Strong beliefs require sacrifices

As the graduate of a Christian school I can still recall the cool kids in back of the chapel passing notes back and forth about the teacher’s pet sitting front row center as the pastor preaches a fire and brimstone sermon inspired by James 4:11 “Do not speak evil of one another, brethren.”

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Beyond abortion

“Why should my tax dollars be used toward something that I strongly oppose?” This question has been used many times when discussing the controversial issue of family planning measures, particularly abortion.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Proposition 4 a potential threat to California’s teenagers

On November 4th, California voters are faced with a great deal of responsibility, and that responsibility is to our daughters, sisters, and peers. If passed, Proposition 4 will amend the California Constitution to require parental notification before a minor may end a pregnancy.

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Considering our propositions

I’VE WANTED THE POWER OF TELEPORTATION SINCE I first saw Captain Kirk dissolve in a million glowing pieces, only to be reassembled somewhere thousands of miles away.

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Students speak about props

The Collegian asks students what they think the most important propositions this election are. [display_podcast]

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