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Praying Roe Doesn’t See 50

As Roe turns 49 on January 22, Arizona and New Jersey this week move contradicting abortion legislation, reminding us of the battle still ahead, regardless of how the U.S. Supreme Court rules in Dobbs this year. Arizona Senator Nancy Barto filed legislation limiting...

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Here We Go

If you are unhappy with government hindering your parental rights, the ongoing loss of life due to abortion, infringement of your religious freedom, censoring of certain information, or any number of other issues impacting you and your family – good news! We have...

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25 years…and counting

FROM THE DESK OF CATHI HERROD Dear Friends, 25 years…and counting. As a liberal feminist woman in my 20’s, I never would have believed that I would have served at a ministry like Center for Arizona Policy for 25 years. But God…and only God. Tomorrow will mark the...

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One Record Too Many

The battle to save women’s sports intensified when a biological male recently smashed records on the women’s swim team at the University of Pennsylvania. The swimmer, who goes by the name Lia Thomas, beat the second-place swimmer in one race by a full 38 seconds. His...

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Abortion in Arizona

A possible U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Dobbs that overturns Roe v. Wade cannot come soon enough. The Arizona Department of Health Services abortion report for 2020 spells out every life lost and every woman harmed by the lies peddled by the abortion industry. The...

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What Haunts our Country

“Roe versus Wade and Planned Parenthood versus Casey haunt our country. They have no basis in the Constitution. They have no home in our history or traditions. They've damaged the democratic process. They've poisoned the law. They've choked off compromise. For 50...

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Homecoming

Kim was homeless and in an abusive relationship when she gave birth to Braiden. She loved her son but knew he would be safe and have more opportunities with another family. Although it was difficult to let him go that day, Kim later discovered she had gained a new...

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Families in the Crosshairs

In order to “Build Back Better,” one has to first tear things down. In the case of the $1.7 trillion social spending bill Democrats are now trying to pass, it appears at least one target for demolition is the family. The social spending bill, whittled down from the...

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