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- October 2012 newsletter
"We know there are critical differences among candidates at the state and local levels on sexual justice, and that national candidates have been outspoken on these issues. Learn the platforms and the candidates, from school board and state level candidates up to the national offices."
- September 2012 newsletter
"I never would have predicted that nearly four decades later that birth control would once again be controversial."
- Summer 2012 newsletter
"What was once unmentionable is now being targeted for eradication by a broad coalition of people, nations and organizations, all working together. Sometimes, we can find common ground, even on sexuality issues."
- June 2012 newsletter
"I am hopeful that the Sisters going to Rome will let the Vatican know that it is way past time for the male hierarchy to cease seeking to control Roman Catholic women, either secular or religious."
- May 2012 newsletter
"We wanted our United Methodist friends and colleagues to know that we were standing with them in prayer and in astonishment that once again, LGBT people were relegated to second-class status in the denomination, and by stronger numbers than four years ago."
- April 2012 newsletter
"Despite ample evidence that sexuality education can help young people delay their sexual debut and increase their use of contraceptives when they do start having intercourse, several states have just passed or proposed measures to limit its teaching."
- March 2012 newsletter
An update, and a new beginning: the birth of Religious Institute, Inc.
- February 2012 newsletter
"Our belief in religious liberty and the separation of church and state means that we understand that no single religious voice should speak for all faith traditions on contraception or any other sexuality issues, and that the government should never take sides on religious differences. "
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