Editorial: New abortion rule too political

The recent controversy over telemedicine abortion in Iowa illustrates the dangers of allowing a partisan body to make regulatory decisions concerning medical care. With respect to telemedicine abortion, the process by which a physician remotely administers medication to induce an abortion, the state has placed a greater value on politics than medicine.

Overton: School choice isn't effective

School choice is an insidiously popular option for trying to reform the education system. People like to think they're in control, especially parents. And what better way to gain votes than for lawmakers to help rescue innocent children from the seemingly diabolical clutches of American public schools?

Lee: Feminism is not my priority

The mainstream feminist movement works to end sexism and challenge patriarchy. While those who participate in this line of activism wish to defend gender equality, race is almost always an afterthought.

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