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Abortion rights under attack in Italy, child support skirmish in Michigan, and more.
March 29, 2006 4:54AM (UTC)
Women's E-News: Impending election showdown over abortion rights in Italy.
San Francisco Magazine: Educated feminists wonder how they became stay-at-home moms.
Detroit News: Bill would allow Michigan men to stop child support for kids who aren't theirs.
Asia Times: Korean women gain political power.
San Francisco Chronicle: "The most famous woman in Afghanistan" speaks out against new government, saying it has helped only 1 percent of women.
National Post: Study finds that Canadian women cope with retirement better than men do; says "the new retirement is women's retirement."
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