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Phone: 202-223-8073
Fax: 571-312-0544

2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Ethical Stem Cells: Back to Basics
Fetal Tissue, Stem Cells & Bioethics

Ethical Stem Cells: Back to Basics

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine’s (CIRM) initial round of grants for 2014 provides an interesting perspective on a pattern of research funding that has emerged at CIRM in recent years.

NY Health Commissioner Resigns Amid Abortion Clinic Inspection Controversy
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NY Health Commissioner Resigns Amid Abortion Clinic Inspection Controversy

Yesterday, New York State Health Commissioner Dr. Nirav Shah announced he will resign. The news comes amidst the scandal breaking this week that the Department of Health failed to conduct regular inspects of abortions clinics in New York for more than a decade.

New Resource Intends to Reach Hurting Hispanic Men, Women and Families
Maternal & Public Health

New Resource Intends to Reach Hurting Hispanic Men, Women and Families

Grieving from abortion is an issue that Hispanic men and women living in the U.S. face and will grapple with for generations to come. Cambiado is a needed resource to provide assistance and lead towards healing.

Ohio Abortion Clinic Wants to Use “Local” Michigan Hospital
Life & the Law

Ohio Abortion Clinic Wants to Use “Local” Michigan Hospital

An abortion clinic in Toledo, Ohio is claiming that an agreement made with the University of Michigan Health System puts the clinic in compliance with state law requiring Ohio abortion providers to have a transfer agreement with a local hospital.

Charlotte Lozier Institute Submits Brief in Hobby Lobby Case
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Charlotte Lozier Institute Submits Brief in Hobby Lobby Case

Charlotte Lozier Institute submitted a “friend of the court” brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of abortion-related conscience rights. The Court recently heard arguments in the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood religious freedom cases and will decide those cases later this year.

The Universal Core of Conscience
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The Universal Core of Conscience

On Tuesday of this week the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in two cases to decide whether private companies can refuse to comply with a federal mandate to supply health insurance coverage for abortifacient drugs and contraceptives.  The cases, Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius, will test the strength of religious protections afforded the American people under the First Amendment and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. 

Federal Court Upholds Arkansas Heartbeat Testing Requirement
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Federal Court Upholds Arkansas Heartbeat Testing Requirement

On Friday a federal district court in Arkansas upheld the Arkansas heartbeat testing requirement. The heartbeat testing requirement provides that abortions in Arkansas shall not be performed before testing whether the unborn child possesses a detectible heartbeat.

Eugenics Compensation Bill Offers Hope to Virginia Victims
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Eugenics Compensation Bill Offers Hope to Virginia Victims

When Virginian E. Lewis Reynolds was a child, he was hit on the head in a tragic accident that resulted in epileptic-like convulsions that lingered for years.  Mr. Reynolds ultimately did manage to overcome this affliction and he was able to enlist in the Marine Corps where he served in Korea and Vietnam in the course of a 30-year military career.

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