By Tre Critelli In September of 2000, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the marketing and use of mifepristone (brand name Mifeprex, but commonly known as RU-486) for the termination of early intrauterine pregnancy, which is defined as a pregnancy of 49 days or less counting from the last menstrual period. The FDA conditioned the distribution of…

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By Tom Quiner What a beautiful state, Iowa. Our soil is black and loaded with life. We feed the world. Our people are sensible, hard-working folks. There are no finer people in the world than Iowans. I’ve had the opportunity to travel the country over the years. Americans are great everywhere. But Iowans are always…

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By Jeane Bishop Four years ago I helped my daughter and her friend with their National History Day project.  The 10 year old girls studied Dr. Nancy Hill, a pioneer female doctor in Iowa. The girls and I discovered that Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, (1821-1910) the first female physician in this country, became a doctor in…

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By Tom Quiner Maggie Dewitte is Executive Director for Iowans for L.I.F.E. She stood up before the Iowa Board of Medicine last Friday and read a statement prepared by Dr. Donna J. Harrison on the dangers of telabortions. Dr. Harrison is President of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (www.aaplog.org). Here are the takeaway…

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