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Wednesday, March 8, 2006

Indeed, it is unfortunate that the Times reporters did little to acknowledge academic researchers whose conclusions differ from theirs.
In a kind of Southern Gentlemanly way, Michael J. New of the University of Alabama picks to shreds the biased, unbalanced New York Times article on "parental-involvement laws" allegedly not reducing abortions among teens.

You'll want to read every word, pro-choice or pro-life. That is, if you really want to be informed about the real truth.

HT: our friend Tom McG. for sending me the article.

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