News & Public Affairs06/30/14 Janelle Irwin
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Some employers won’t have to provide birth control for employees through coverage in their health plans. A landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday sided with the retail chain Hobby Lobby that argued they shouldn’t have to pay for contraceptives. Stetson University College of Law professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy called the case another corporate person-hood issue.
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Fallout From Rush Limbaugh's Attack on Georgetown Law Student, The History of the Book of Revelations; and Prospects for War with Iran03/05/12 Robert Lorei
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Good morning, welcome to Radioactivity. I'm Rob Lorei. Coming up we'll hear several listener comments about last Friday's show on which we discussed controversial remarks by radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh. Then we'll hear columnist George Will from ABC-TV's This Week yesterday in which he says Republican leaders are afraid of Rush Limbaugh. Then we'll hear Princeton professor Elaine Paigels discuss the [history of the Bible's Book of Revelation](http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/e...Be the first to comment
03/02/12 Robert Lorei
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Good morning, welcome to radioactivity. I'm Rob Lorei. Coming up today we'll talk about the controversy over birth control. Yesterday there was a vote to limit access to contraception in the US Senate. Also yesterday radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh made some controversial remarks regarding a woman who recently testified to Congress on the need for contraception coverage in health care reform Raw Story reports:" Limbaugh on Wednesday called Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke a...1 comments
05/05/09 Mitch E. Perry
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Teen pregnancy rates in the U.S. decreased for 14 straight years until a year ago, and today advocates discussed the situation on a national conference call.
The call was sponsored by RH Reality Check, an online publication that addresses reproductive and sexual health and rights in the U.S. and around the world.
Bill Albert, the chief program officer of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, gave a number of reasons why he believes teen pregnancy has now incre...Be the first to comment