Month: July 2001

The Poison Pill

California lawmakers have slipped a poison pill into the health benefits programs offered by California employers. Last year, the California legislature enacted the Women’s Contraception Equity Act (WCEA) (Health & Safety Code Section 1367.25 and Insurance Code Section 10123.196). These statutes, sponsored by Planned Parenthood and other abortion-rights organizations, require group and individual health insurance …

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The Politics of Stem Cells: The Good News You Never Hear

Wesley J Smith Stem cells are undifferentiated “master cells” in the body that can develop into differentiated tissues, such as bone, muscle, nerve, or skin. Stem cell research may lead to exponential improvements in treatment of many terminal and debilitating conditions, from cancer to Parkinson’s to Alzheimer’s to diabetes to heart disease. Indeed, breakthroughs in …

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Ninth Circuit Overturns $107 Million “Nuremburg Files” Verdict

Katie Short Wanted: More Decisions Like This One Two years ago, we reported on the decision of a federal district court in Oregon which held certain pro-life individuals liable for publishing posters which gave the names and addresses of abortionists and urged people to contact them and ask them to “turn from killing and injuring …

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