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CDC Finds Common Link in Vaping Deaths

Recently, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released an early report underlining the discovery of a commonality in the deaths caused by vaping-related illnesses. Lung samples taken from 29 patients found that every sample contained ...

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Forgiveness of Brandt Jean

This viral moment stunned everyone who watched it. Many have been closely following the case of Botham Jean. Amber Guyger, a former Dallas police officer,  shot Botham Jean in September 2018 after mistaking his apartment for her own and ...

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Planned Parenthood Says 'No" to Title X

On Monday, Planned Parenthood announced they would no longer be receiving federal funding from the Title X program. This came after the Trump administration implemented a new rule stating that any clinic receiving funding from the Title X ...

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Starbucks Commits to Filtering Obscene Content

Starbucks Corporation has followed through on their public commitment to filter pornography and child pornography from their WiFi, Enough Is Enough (EIE) announced on Monday. Nearly 8,500 company-owned stores will now be blocking access to ...

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Take a Stand on Exploitation in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

Since 1964 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has sexually objectified women for sport and profit. The 2019 edition is scheduled to release next week. The magazine sends a message that women's bodies are for public consumption, and any ...

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California Seeks to Make Abortion Legal on College Campuses

A California Senate committee approved Senate Bill 24, a bill created with the intention to expand abortion services, specifically the use of abortion drugs, to students on college campuses. According to a recent article, an estimated 300 to ...

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Ohio Defunds Planned Parenthood

In 2017, President Donald Trump signed a bill allowing states to revoke funding from organizations that provided abortions. The bill allowed states to remove the family planning funding offered through Title X. The state of Ohio recently ...

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Colorado House Approves a Bill Requiring Comprehensive Curriculum

On Tuesday, the Colorado House approved bill HB19-1032, requiring school districts who choose to provide sex ed courses to teach a comprehensive curriculum. According to Colorado's 9News, Jeff Johnston, a culture and policy analyst for Focus on the ...

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The 2019 Dirty Dozen List Revealed

On Monday, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) revealed the 2019 Dirty Dozen List, an annual campaign that names and shames twelve mainstream facilitators of sexual exploitation. Companies making this year's list include Message ...

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Provocative Ad Ran During Super Bowl

Millions of football fans watched the 53rd Super Bowl this past Sunday. For many, the game is not what draws viewers. The commercials have become the most memorable, exciting part of viewing the game. According to a recent article by Movie ...

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