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No Sex Is Safest Sex For Colorado Teenagers

In a place as small as Delta, a western Colorado coal-mining town of 7,000, it wasn't hard for Keith Lucy to notice the startling number of teen pregnancies. By 1995, Lucy had seen enough. Resolved to do something, he organized a coalition of city and health officials, educators, and ministers to establish Abstinence Awareness Week […]

Proposed Constitutional amendment seeks to define traditional marriage

WASHINGTON (BP)--Determined to block the courts from legalizing homosexual marriage, a coalition of minority and religious leaders unveiled plans Thursday to wed traditional marriage with the U.S. Constitution.

Pro-family groups attack NEA’s alleged homosexual agenda

WASHINGTON (BP)--Pro-family conservatives are stepping up their efforts to thwart the National Education Association's expected push to teach homosexuality in public schools.

No sex is safest sex in Colorado

DELTA, Colo. (BP)--In a place as small as Delta, a western Colorado coal-mining town of 7,000, it wasn't hard for Keith Lucy to notice the startling number of teen pregnancies.

Cabinets defy White House, host gay pride programs

WASHINGTON (BP)--When President George Bush refused to formally recognize Gay Pride Month earlier in June, cabinet members and executive offices didn't take the hint and fall in step with the White House.

Conservative women’s group challenges Bush’s ‘rush to embrace’ homosexuals

WASHINGTON (BP)--The way one conservative group sees it, President George Bush is just another Bill Clinton on the homosexual rights issue.

Pro-life groups denounce ads for abortion pill

WASHINGTON (BP)--As abortion rights advocates prepare to run a six-month ad campaign promoting mifepristone, the abortion pill also known as RU-486, pro-life activists realize there is little they can do but remind women what the ads won't tell them, according to a report in CNSNews.com

Proposed civil unions revision passes Vermont House; homosexuals opposed

WASHINGTON (BP)--While the nation watched Vermont Sen. Jim Jeffords bolt from the Republican Party and shuffle Washington's power structure in the process, the legislature in his home state was quietly making a little history of its own.