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Tag: Birth Control
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Birth control is rapidly gaining steam as an election-year wedge issue, with Jewish advocates lobbying out front and behind the scenes in what is shaping up as a clash between calls for individual freedom and religious liberty.
Several Jewish groups and lawmakers played a...
July 15, 2010 | 4:15 pm
Contraception in one form or another has been around since ancient times. While most every faith holds a notion of fertility and procreation within the family, according to The Encyclopedia of Women and World Religion, their views about contraception differ.
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