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- Forum for St. Louis County executive candidates focuses on Dooley's performance
- New Dooley spot accuses Stenger of condoning sex trafficking
- Dooley fires back at McCulloch after feds support his position on Mueth report
- P-D Ad Check: Stenger challenges Dooley on cost of courthouse project
- Followers on Dooley Twitter feed balloons to 2,700 - but who's counting?
- In absence of other issues, county executive race becomes a debate over debates
- Dooley and Stenger, enemies on most topics, agree on gay marriage
Stenger calls introduction of issue 'absurd'; Dooley defends controversial ad.
Here’s what qualifies as compromise in the Missouri Legislature these days.
Reproductive rights were hit hard in the Missouri Legislature on Monday. Women were thrown under the bus because of election-year fervor among Republican lawmakers looking to score big with religious conservatives who make up a big part of their base.
Consistent in their disdain for women's rights, Missouri legislators on Wednesday again decided that a narrow view of religious freedom was more important than women's health.
It is disgusting that legislators have the hubris to insert their individual interpretation of "what God says" into law.
It's good to see a teen, Michaela Waites, speak out very ably on the sex education - abortion issue June 8, and I commend her for it.
As a member of this community, a constituent, and a woman, I am extremely proud to be represented by Russ Carnahan, who stood strong on behalf of women's health and Planned Parenthood.
Politicians claim they are focusing on saving money, but barring Planned Parenthood would cost $670 million to pay other providers to serve the clients that Planned Parenthood now serves for only $385 million.
Lawmakers calling for the end of Planned Parenthood's federal funding have stirred the political sentiments concerning legal abortions across the U.S.
Some of the members of the Children and Families Committee in the Missouri House, though, think they know how to practice medicine better than the AMA.
You can say it as nice as you can, but the fact is that an abortion is a willful decision on the part of a mother to take the life of her innocent baby. When you write about abortions, at least be honest enough to describe it for what it truly is - killing babies.
The "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortions Act" introduced Jan. 20 in the U.S. House of Representatives is a broad attack on women's reproductive health care. The talk for the last couple of days has been the bill's supposed attempt to redefine rape - limiting a "rape" exemption to "forcible rap…
I guess that some news, like leaving a piano on a sandbar, merits more appeal than a story about human beings and the right to life.
The media were all over the Tucson story, but strangely silent on the Philadelphia tragedy.
Shame on the Post-Dispatch for adding salt to the wound of abortion by heading Paula Gianino's Jan. 22 letter, "Happy Birthday, Roe"!
The recent news of an abortionist being charged with killing seven babies with a scissors after they were delivered alive demonstrates the absolute atrocity that our country has allowed since that fateful decision in 1973.
Dave Godfrey's letter on September 28th says that our system of laws is not based on the Ten Commandments. If he will review the early history of our country, he will come to a different conclusion.
If you drive by Planned Parenthood’s medical center on Forest Park Parkway, you are likely to see protestors who want the government to ban abortion. Their 40 day campaign and banner are titled, “Pray to end abortion.”
A human embryo is a living human being. You can look it up. People deny this the same way that they deny that a child in the womb is actually a child.
Currently, the law is on her side, but if that protection is ever taken from her, the tragic result would be a backward-moving oppression.