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Facebook, Google, to block advertising for the abortion referendum in Ireland

On May 25, citizens of Ireland will reject the 1983 constitutional amendment, which recognizes the equal right to life of the unborn and prohibits abortion in all but the mother's health, including potential suicide. 19659003] The predominantly Catholic country is one of the few developed Western nations with strict anti-abortion laws Proponents of the repeal say that the wording of …

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Google suspends all ads related to the Irish Abortion Referendum

LONDON (AP) – Google suspends any advertising related to Ireland's abortion referendum as part of measures to protect "election integrity," the company announced Wednesday. The Internet giant said that it will no longer appear on Thursday ads related to the vote on May 25, whether the Irish constitutional ban on most abortions should be lifted. Google said it was part …

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Irish women open up to a referendum on abortion

DUBLIN (Reuters) – In the run-up to the Irish referendum on abortion, billboards labeled "License To Kill" were placed in their neighborhood and Amy Callahan decided to split the trip to Britain to end her pregnancy. Callahan, 35, and her partner Connor Upton were told 12 weeks after their pregnancy that the fetus had anencephaly, a rare condition that prevents …

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Potentially historical litigation before the new abortion law

DES MOINES, Iowa (KCCI) – Surrounded by youth from the Joshua Christian Academy, Republican Governor Kim Reynolds made history on Friday afternoon when she signed the country's most restrictive abortion ban. As expected, the decree met with broad criticism when 200 protesters chanted in the state house "My Body, My Choice" when Reynolds signed the bill in their official office …

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Kevin Williamson loses the Atlantic job after controversy over abortion rhetoric

Jeffrey Goldberg, to the right of the Atlantic Magazine, is the last editor to withdraw a controversial position. On the left is the Watergate Building at 600 New Hampshire Ave. NW, Washington, where Atlantic Media is headquartered. (1965-00002) Atlantic Magazine released a controversial columnist on Thursday, a few days after being hired. He is the youngest journalist to undertake a …

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The Atlantic cuts connect the conservative writer Kevin Williamson

"I have come to the conclusion," Mr. Goldberg added, "that The Atlantic is not the best choice for its talents, and so we split up." The podcast in question was a national review show called "Mad Dogs and Englishmen," hosted by Williamson and the publisher of NationalReview.com, Charles CW Cooke. The episode dealing with abortion received renewed attention after being …

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"Ghettoized": Conservative media rant after Atlantic fires anti-abortion writer Kevin Williamson

Where is the limit of civil discourse? That's the ongoing question, after Atlantic magazine hired and fired conservative writer Kevin Williamson in two weeks. Williamon's stance in March outraged some liberals who pointed to 2014 tweets (since erased) in which he felt that "the law should treat abortion like any other murder," adding that if you have a fair Taking …

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