Health Care

Abortion-rights group predicts more anti-abortion legislation in 2012 than 2011

Twice as many anti-abortion-rights state laws were passed in 2011 than in 2010, according to a new report by NARAL Pro-Choice America, the nation's largest abortion-rights policy group. Even more l

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Gay families matter, ralliers tells lawmakers

More than 100 people from across Michigan had a message for Gov.

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Michigan governor comes under fire for refusing to address LGBT issues

Michigan's Republican governor is coming under fire by leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community for his office's refusal to grant multiple requests for a one-on-one interview

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Bryan Fischer says his AIDS denialism makes him 'the best friend the gay community has'

The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer posted a blog last week in which he defends his support for the AIDS denialism mov

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Grand Rapids HIV criminal case produces rare statewide notification

Local Michigan county wants to force meds on HIV criminal suspect

Sangeeta Ghosh, assistant corporate counsel for Kent County, Mich., says should the

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Media analysis: Grand Rapids HIV criminal case spurs 'sensationalist' reporting

An alleged admission by a 51-year-old Comstock Park, Mich., man that he attempted to infect hundreds of people with HIV through unprotected sexual activity and needle-sharing has sparked a media fe

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(VIDEO) American Family Association's Bryan Fischer comes out as AIDS denialist

Adding to an ongoing list of controversial statements, American Family Association President Bryan Fischer is now claiming that HI

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Abortion-related provisions delaying passage of spending bills in Congress

Congress has until Friday at midnight to pass 12 appropriations bills for fiscal year 2012, as well as stopgap spending legislatio

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'Supercommittee' members' states: How many residents depend on entitlements?

Women are used to being under-represented in Congress: There are only 17 women in the U.S. Senate (out of 100) and 76 women in the U.S. House of Representatives (out of 435).

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