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2/15/1996 - Salvi's Lawyer Uses Insanity Plea in Opening Statement
According to attorney J.W....

2/14/1996 - Salvi Trial Begins Today, Jury Views Clinics
The opening statements are set to begin today in the trial of accused Brookline shooter John Salvi....

2/8/1996 - Clinton Signs Telecommunications Bill into Law--Ignores Threat to Women's Lives
On Thursday February 8, President Clinton signed into law the Telecommunications Act which includes a clause that will create an on-line abortion ban....

2/7/1996 - Salvi Attempting To Prove Mental Instablity -- Throws Tantrum in Court
In an attempt to prove his insanity plea, Brookline shooter John Slavi, struggled and shouted while throwing over a table during his trial on Wednesday....

10/31/1995 - Abortion Clinic Evicted From Building
Judge John DiNoto has ruled that a landlord may evict the Long Island Gynecological service....

10/31/1995 - Abortion Clinic Evicted From Building
Judge John DiNoto has ruled that a landlord may evict the Long Island Gynecological service....

10/30/1995 - Several-Hundred Million Dollar Suit Filed Against Anti-Abortion Organizations
The Legal Action for Reproductive Rights filed a several-hundred million dollar federal lawsuit on Thursday against American Coalition of Life Activists and Advocates for Life Ministries....

10/26/1995 - Anti-Abortion Group Must Pay Doctor $8.6 Million in Damages
Three anti-abortion groups -- Operation Rescue, Missionaries to the Pre-Born, and the Dallas Pro-Life Action Network -- must pay a doctor $8.6 million in damages for harassing and trying to force him to stop performing abortions....

10/17/1995 - Supreme Court Rejects Appeal from Anti-Abortion Demonstrators
The Supreme Court yesterday, without comment, turned down an appeal claiming that a San Jose ordinance banning picketing near a doctor's private residence violated the free speech clause....

10/10/1995 - Abortion Foes Gearing Up for Congressional Battles
National Right to Life members flooded fax machines and e-mail boxes with a clear and simple message, "defeat the $243 billion defense bill" -- the bill contained a single clause relating to abortion....

9/22/1995 - Helms Amendment Fails
The Senate voted yesterday against an amendment proposed by Senator Jesse Helms (R-NC) which would ban U.S....

9/19/1995 - Anti-Abortion Activists Follow Powell
Retired General Colin Powell began his twenty-six city, four week book tour on Monday with a new group of followers -- anti-abortion activists who protest his pro-choice stance....

9/12/1995 - Powell Supports Abortion Rights and Affirmative Action
In an interview with Barbara Walters, which airs Friday September 15, Colin Powell said he supports a woman's right to choose and affirmative action....

9/12/1995 - Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Restrictive Abortion Law
A federal appeals court struck down a Louisiana law on Monday which prevented Medicaid payments for abortions in case of rape or incest....

9/11/1995 - Anti-abortion "Terrorist" Sentenced to Twenty Years
A Federal judge sentenced Shelley Shannon to twenty years in prison Friday....

9/11/1995 - WOMEN'S RIGHTS ADVOCATES ADVANCE PLATFORM FOR ACTION
Women's advocates claimed victory today as two measures that had faced stiff opposition from anti-abortion and conservative delegations were approved....

9/7/1995 - Feminists Strategize to Achieve Gender Balance in Politics
Beatrice Bakojja, Member of Parliament from Uganda, expressed that Uganda has very few women in politics at all levels of government....

9/1/1995 - New England Journal of Medicine Steps Up Security
After receiving an angry fax from Operation Rescue activist Terry Randall, the New England Journal of Medicine has tightened security at its Boston-based offices....

9/1/1995 - U.S. Circuit Court Strikes Down Portions of Restrictive Abortion Law
A three-judge panel of the U.S....

8/30/1995 - Fire Destroys St. Petersburg Abortion Clinic
Fire struck the St....

1/21/1995 - Rock for Choice Roe v. Wade Anniversary Show
Taking an electric and eclectic stand against anti-abortion violence,Primus, Fishbone, Face to Face, No Doubt, The Geraldine Fibbers,Possum Dixon, Weapon of Choice, and Stone Fox performed during the Feminist Majority's Rock for Choice Roe v....