1. Roe v. Wade: Sarah Weddington's Story

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    from Dorothy Fadiman / Added

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    Roe vs. Wade legalized abortion in a 1973 US Supreme Court decision. To see more videos and clips, visit www.choiceatrisk.org/videos.shtml

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    • Legalizing Abortion and Birth Control (5:36)

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      from Dorothy Fadiman / Added

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      Abortion first became illegal in the US in the mid-1800’s. Abortion was then prohibited until the Supreme Court decision in the case of Roe v. Wade in 1973.Contraception was illegal for unmarried women until 1972. This mini doc traces the legal history of reproductive rights.

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      • BENCHMARKED

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        Data analysis of the history and future of the United States Supreme Court. Peter Bull Aymen Jaffry Ryan King

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        • Local Researchers Contribute to SCOTUS Votes

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          from Jonathan Keilholz / Added

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          A BGSU professor and her graduate students researched the well being of children with homosexual parents. Reporter Jonathan Keilholz says their findings contributed to two Supreme Court votes. The American Sociological Association asked BGSU researchers to weigh in on gay marriage. Professor Wendy Manning and her graduate students looked specifically at how children fair with gay parents. Manning and her researchers at the Center for Family and Demographic Research spent three months putting together the 45-page document that went to the Supreme Court. The report is called an amicus brief. The justices receive several of these before most votes. Manning’s amicus brief explained that children do just as well with straight or same-sex parents. "I was just surprised at how consistent the findings were," Manning said. "That there really wasn't any difference." The Supreme Court seemed to agree. The Court decided married gay couples could receive federal benefits and gay couples in California could get married. The researchers say this data isn’t enough. "Beyond that, we need surveys that specifically address same sex relationships," said graduate student Esther Lamidi. The researchers say they are continuing their work because there is a lack of data available on LGBT relationships. Professor Manning says their research focused strictly on data from the United States. She also says their information was solely from the last few decades.

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          • Tell McCutcheon: Our Democracy is NOT For Sale!

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            from John Wellington Ennis / Added

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            Shaun McCutcheon thinks it's unfair he can't give more money to politicians. And the Supreme Court is actually listening to him. Video by Public Interest Pictures. http://publicinterestpics.org Music by Britt Daniel for Spoon.

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            • Republicans Delay Second Circuit Court Appointees, With Brad Bannon, Washington, D.C.

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              Brad Bannon, democratic political consultant in Washington, D.C., with Bannon Communications Research, talks with The Legal Broadcast Network about the reason the republicans haven't voted on President Obama's second circuit court appointees.

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              • Abortion Laws Across States, With Brad Bannon, Democratic Political Consultant, Washington D.C.

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                Brad Bannon, democratic political consultant in Washington, D.C., talks with The Legal Broadcast Network about differing abortion laws and how the Supreme Court is ruling on them, specifically in republican-lead states, such as Texas and Oklahoma.

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                • Kali Law Offices: DOMA

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                  from Shaun Horrigan / Added

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                  Immigration Attorney Crystal Kali addresses a recent Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage and its affect on immigration in California.

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                  • DC 101

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                    from Jay Franzone / Added

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                    A shorter version of my trip to DC

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                    • Christ in Prophecy: Robert Jeffress on the Implosion of America

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                      from Lamb & Lion Ministries / Added

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                      Is America facing an impending implosion? Speaker Robert Jeffress answers at the Living on Borrowed Time conference shown on television's Christ in Prophecy.

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