Can we talk about abortion?

Rebecca L. Rausch (Seattle): Reframing Roe: Property over Privacy. Marshall H. Medoff and Christopher Dennis (Cal State-Long Beach): TRAP Abortion Laws and Partisan Political Party Control of State Government. Ezio Di Nucci (Duisburg-Essen): Fathers and Abortion. A look at how states could ban abortion with Roe still standing. The most radical anti-abortion measure in America: Due to the handiwork of a fringe religious activist, Mississippians will soon vote on a ballot initiative that would ban abortion in cases of rape and incest (and more). Why this woman chose abortion at 29 weeks: Dana Weinstein’s fetus could have died after birth or been very severely disabled, yet the GOP still wants to force women like her to carry to term. How America's obsession with abortion hurts families everywhere. Here are 10 things to say to the anti-choice fanatics trying to end access to abortion. A look at how Personhood Mississippi perverts black history to fight abortion. A massive legislative campaign against abortion rights is taking its toll on a woman's right to choose; What Every Woman Should Know is a report by Susie Cagle on the war that's being waged against women's health in the US. Sarah Kliff on how abortion became a political litmus test. Another day, another battle in the GOP's war on Planned Parenthood. Simon van Zuylen-Wood on a radical new ploy to destroy Roe v. Wade — which just might work. From Commonweal, can we talk about abortion? An exchange between Peter Steinfels, Dennis O'Brien, and Cathleen Kaveny (and a response). Sarah Kliff on how the real abortion battle isn’t on the Hill — it’s in the states. Tony Ortega on Scientology and forced abortions: Testimony of an enforcer. Abortion and mental health: Is there sufficient evidence to support a link? Kathy Shaidle on Bill Whatcott, Canada’s kooky Christian crusader. Kevin McGovern on why adoption is better than abortion. An article on how sex-selection abortions continue, and are spreading.