The Ulster Pregnancy Advisory Association, a Northern Ireland clinic which refers women for abortions, has closed following alleged attempts to burn down their office.   Mary Laltoo, the chairman of a New Brunswick school board has been frustrated in her attempts to impose “more comprehensive” and “reality-based” sex-education on students after other board members sought to “protect the modesty and innocence of our children.”   The Evangelical Lutheran Church decided at their national convention Saturday to retain the church’s pro-abortion stance but they decided against allowing practicing homosexual ministers.   Due to ongoing concern regarding the side effects of the birth control pill, Japanese women have avoided the drug.


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