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National Women’s Health Week

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Amy Weintraub: Regulate fake women’s health centers

By Amy Weintraub Special to The Sun A perfect example of the important role of the courts in our daily lives is playing out right now in the U.S. Supreme Court with National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra. This important case will determine if the First Amendment’s …

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Column: Women’s sports need female leaders

Pitt’s new women’s basketball head coach Lance White — who was hired April 18 to replace former coach Suzie McConnell-Serio — seems like a great snag for the program. The former Florida State assistant has it going on — a 350-145 overall record, 12 seasons with 20 or more wins …

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Why Meghan Markle’s royal wedding makeup is influential – Vox

Meghan Markle’s makeup at the royal wedding has been described by the beauty and lifestyle press as “refreshingly simple,” “chill-bride makeup,” and “natural beauty.” Her freckles were on full display, evident under a hint of blush and what looked to be the sheerest layer of foundation. (Markle has said in …

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Women Commissioners raise funds for college scholarships

Nancy Hastings nhastings@hillsdale.net nhastingsHDN HILLSDALE — The Hillsdale College Women Commissioners mixed charity with fashion Saturday during an event to raise scholarship money for Hillsdale College students. Held in the Grewcock Student Union, the Bag Ladies Luncheon attracted more than 200 ladies. Emcee Judy Gabriele, who accepted the gavel from …

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The Bad First Job’s Lingering Impact

The image of the recent college graduate working as a Starbucks barista or a rental car clerk has become a cliché in the national debate over student loan debt. Studies of the underlying validity of the stereotype over time have offered mixed results, with various methodologies counting anywhere from single …

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Women should make up 50 percent of decision-making positions: Turkish Businesswomen’s Association head

Ayşe Arman – ISTANBUL Turkish Businesswomen’s Association (TİKAD) head Nilüfer Bulut has said women should make up “50 percent of decision-making positions.” Women’s representation in the political sphere “has always been low,” Bulut told daily Hürriyet on May 23 after political parties announced their lists of parliamentary candidates for the …

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US to Strip Funding from Women’s Health Providers

A sign in support of Planned Parenthood is seen outside a town hall meeting for Republican U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy in Metairie, Louisiana, U.S. February 22, 2017. 2017 Reuters The Trump Administration today proposed a policy that would ban organizations providing abortion services in the US from receiving federal family …

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