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Concerned Women of America (CWFA)


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August 2006: "We are the nation's largest public policy women's organization with a rich 27-year history of helping our members across the country bring Biblical principles into all levels of public policy."

http://www.cwfa.org/about.asp

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Organization Head/Leader (past or present) Jan LaRue Person

Articles and Resources

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May 15, 2008 California ban on same-sex marriage struck down

QUOTE: In a 4-3 120-page ruling issue, the justices wrote that "responsibly to care for and raise children does not depend upon the individual's sexual orientation."

CNN (Cable News Network)
Jan 20, 2008 After Linking New Strain of Staph to Gay Men, University Scrambles to Clarify

QUOTE: ...the report [that gay men were “many times more likely than others” to acquire a new strain of drug-resistant staphylococcus] also seemed to cast an unfair, and all too familiar, stigma on their sexuality.

New York Times
Aug 28, 2007 Craig: I did nothing 'inappropriate' in the airport bathroom

QUOTE: On Tuesday, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee, asking that the senator's conduct be investigated. The group, which largely targets Republicans, asked the committee to probe whether Craig "violated the Senate Rules of Conduct by engaging in disorderly conduct," a statement said.

CNN (Cable News Network)
Jan 19, 2007 Cover Story: Is There a Post-Abortion Syndrome?

QUOTE: '...Waxman’s office investigated some of the crisis pregnancy centers and found that when women there asked about abortion’s health effects, 20 of 23 centers gave out false information. At 13 centers, this included characterizing the psychological effects of abortion as “severe, long-lasting and common.”'

New York Times
Sep 06, 2006 Latest antiporn target: hotel-room TV: A campaign urges prosecution of hotels under obscenity laws – and directs people to smut-free lodging.

QUOTE: The pay-per-view service has brought hotels millions of dollars a year. But these days, the US hotel business is also attracting moral outrage and vitriol

Christian Science Monitor
Aug 01, 2006 F.D.A. Shifts View on Next-Day Pill

QUOTE: The Food and Drug Administration said yesterday that it was moving toward endorsing sale of the morning-after pill without a prescription for women 18 and older, signaling what may be the end of one of the most stubborn health policy debates of the Bush administration.

New York Times
May 07, 2006 Contra-Contraception

QUOTE: It may be news to many people that contraception as a matter of right and public health is no longer a given, but politicians and those in the public health profession know it well.

New York Times
Dec 15, 2005 In a Shift, Anti-Prostitution Effort Targets Pimps and Johns

QUOTE: ...a shift in how the government and the public respond to the sex industry....an unlikely coalition of evangelicals, feminists, liberal activists and conservative human rights advocates are pushing the issue. They are trying to reframe the way people talk about prostitutes, calling them "survivors" and signing off e-mails with the slogan "Abolition!"

Washington Post
Nov 15, 2005 Review of 'Plan B' Pill Is Faulted: Report Calls FDA Actions 'Unusual'

QUOTE: Senior Food and Drug Administration officials were told that the application to sell the "morning-after pill" without prescription was going to be rejected before the staff completed its scientific review...

Washington Post
Feb 14, 2004 Little Consensus on Marriage Amendment

QUOTE: ...a group of conservative legal scholars including former Supreme Court nominee Robert H. Bork hammered out the proposed text of a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage...Yet there is no consensus -- even among its authors -- about what the text means.

Washington Post
Apr 29, 2003 On Women's Rights, Iran Becomes a 'Friend'

QUOTE: They are members of the axis of evil when they endanger our geopolitical interests. But not when they endanger women's lives.

Newsday
Feb 18, 2003 Same-sex couples redefining family law in USA

QUOTE: Courts, laws and government policies in conservative states in America's heartland and in the South generally are less tolerant of efforts to give gay and lesbian couples the same rights as heterosexuals...

USA TODAY
Nov 13, 2002 Library Filtering Debate Heats Up

QUOTE: The court's decision to hear a Justice Department appeal defending the Children's Internet Protection Act, represents the third time the justices will hear arguments pitting free speech against attempts to shield children from online smut.

Wired