1992 NRL News Index

ABORTION: Jan. p. 2; 3/10 p. 2; 3/24 p. 3; 8/25 p. 6; 12/14 p. 2, 5
      Abortifacients:
            RU486: 2/4 p. 22; 3/10 p. 11; 3/24 p. 17; 4/28 p. 19; 7/21 p. 12; 9/15 p. 6; 12/14 p. 1, 20A, 20B
      Abortionists: 2/4 p. 8
            Barrett, Scott: 8/25 p. 20
            Hayat, Abu: 2/4 p. 7; 3/10 p. 1; 3/24 p. 4
      Alternatives: 11/16 p. 9
      At-Home: 3/10 p. 13
      and Drug-Addicted Mothers: 3/10 p. 13
      Facilities:
            Cook County Hospital: 3/24 p. 4; 9/15 p. 21
            Disposal of Fetal Remains: 4/28 p. 4
      Funding:
            State:
                  Michigan: 6/23 p. 17
      Illegal: 7/21 p. 14
      International:
            Austria: 5/12 p. 15
            Czechoslovakia: 4/28 p. 9
            Germany: 2/25 p. 4; 7/21 p. 17; 9/15 p. 15
            Guam: 4/28 p. 11; 12/14 p. 4
            Ireland: 3/10 p. 4; 4/28 p. 6
            Lithuania: 2/4 p. 19
      Late-Term: 5/12 p. 20
      Legislation:
            Federal: 8/25 p. 14; 10/6 p. 1
                  Abortion Lobbying:
                        Roll Call Votes: 6/2 p. 16
                  “Freedom of Choice Act”: 2/4 p. 1; 2/25 p. 1; 3/10 p. 14; 4/28 p. 1, 18; 5/12 p. 4, 11;
                        6/2 p. 8; 6/23 p. 1, 3; 7/21 p. 8; 8/25 p. 1; 11/16 p. 1; 12/14 p. 6
                        Action Alerts: 2/4 p. 6; 2/25 p. 16; 3/10 p. 8; 4/28 p. 8; 5/12 p. 23; 6/2 p. 11; 6/23 p. 16;
                             7/21 p. 11; 11/16 p. 16; 12/14 p. 7
                  Military:
                        Roll Call Votes: 6/23 p. 18
                  “Religious Freedom Restoration Act”: 3/24 p. 6; 6/2 p. 10; 7/21 p. 10
                  Roll Call Votes: Jan. p. 9
                  Title 10: 3/24 p. 1; 5/12 p. 1
                        Roll Call Votes: 5/12 p. 8
            State: Jan. p. 4; 3/10 p. 12
                  California: 6/2 p. 25; 10/6 p. 17
                  Louisiana: 2/25 p. 8
                  Massachusetts: 5/12 p. 20
                  Michigan: 8/25 p. 20; 11/16 p. 4
                  Mississippi: 12/14 p. 4
                  Ohio: 6/2 p. 15
                  Parental Involvement: 3/10 p. 10; 4/7 p. 8; 6/2 p. 15, 25; 8/25 p. 20; 11/16 p. 4
                  Tennessee: 9/15 p. 15
                  Virginia: 3/10 p. 10; 4/7 p. 8
      and School-Based Clinics: 2/4 p. 5; 10/6 p. 9; 11/16 p. 10A, 10B
      and Teenagers: 6/2 p. 3
      and Unions: 4/28 p. 11

ADOPTION: 11/16 p. 9

AUTHORS (non-NRLC):
      Bersoux, Susan
: 2/25 p. 21
      Bozell, Brent
: 8/25 p. 20; 11/16 p. 8
      Campbell, Steve: 4/28 p. 16
      Doerflinger, Richard: 2/4 p. 10
      Gallagher, Kathleen: 2/4 p. 8
      Gibson, Liam: 4/28 p. 6
      Hallow, Ralph: 9/15 p. 25
      Hentoff, Nat: 3/10 p. 14; 5/12 p. 4
      Hyde, Henry: 3/24 p. 6
      Keown, John: 2/4 p. 17
      Land, Richard: 10/6 p. 23
      McCullagh, Peter: 4/7 p. 12
      McKay, Rich: 4/28 p. 8
      McKnight, Cynthia: 7/21 p. 14
      Mitchell, Ben: 8/25 p. 6
      Neuhaus, Richard: 7/21 back cover
      O’Connor, Paul: 5/12 p. 7
      Pflug, Victoria: 2/4 p. 16
      Ranalli, Paul: 5/12 p. 7
      Scalia, Antonin: 7/21 p. 18
      Schlossberg, Terri: 4/7 p. 15
      Seader, Mary Beth: 11/16 p. 9
      Smith, Chris: Jan. back cover
      Weigel, George: 12/14 p. 5

COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN: 9/15 p. 16; 10/6 p. 22

DISABLED PERSONS: 4/7 p. 20
      Coma Recovery: 4/28 p. 8
      Infants:
            Anencephaly: 2/25 p. 21; 4/7 p. 7
                  Baby Theresa: 4/7 p. 2, 7; 4/28 p. 16; 5/12 p. 2; 9/15 p. 10; 12/14 p. 9
      PVS Patients: Jan. p. 34; 5/12 p. 2

ELECTIONS:
      1992: Jan. p. 1, back cover; 2/25 p. 5; 6/2 p. 24; 6/23 p. 5, 11; 8/25 p. 8, 12; 9/15 p. 11, 12; 11/16 p. 7; 12/14 p. 5
            Presidential: Jan. p. 32; 2/4 p. 13; 2/25 p. 1, 2, 5; 3/24 p. 2, 8; 4/7 p. 15; 6/23 p. 1, 2A, 2B, 6, 8;
                  7/21 p. 1, 4, 5, 15; 8/25 p. 1, 3; 9/15 p. 1A, 1B, 3, 5, 6, 7, 25; 10/6 p. 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 17, 23, back cover; 11/16 p. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8

EUTHANASIA: Jan. p. 6; 2/4 p. 10, 21
      Cases:
            Busalacchi, Christine: 2/25 p. 8; 6/2 p. 4; 9/15 p. 8
            Doe, Jane (Mass.): 2/4 p. 16
      International:
            Netherlands: 2/4 p. 17
      Involuntary/Nonvoluntary: 11/16 p. 11; 12/14 p. 8
      Kevorkian, Jack: 2/4 p. 4; 2/25 p. 10; 3/10 p. 6; 6/2 p. 9; 8/25 p. 4; 12/14 p.11, 17
      Legislation:
            State: 2/25 p. 19; 4/7 p. 6
                  California: 4/28 p. 14; 8/25 p. 12; 9/15 p. 9; 11/16 p. 4
                  Oregon: 8/25 p. 7A, 7B; 11/16 p. 18
                  Washington: 4/28 p. 9
      Organizations:
            Hemlock Society: 2/25 p. 4
      Physician-Assisted Suicide: 2/25 p. 18
      and PVS Diagnosis: Jan. p. 34; 9/15 p. 2
      and Rationing: 8/25 p. 7A, 7B; 11/16 p. 18
      Will to Live: 3/24 p. 1, 9, 10A, 10B, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15A, 15B; 4/7 p. 6

EVENTS:
      January 22 Activities: 2/4 p. 2, 11A, 11B; 2/25 p. 11; 12/14 p. 1, 15

FETAL EXPERIMENTATION:
      Tissue Transplants: 4/7 p. 12, 16; 5/12 p. 5, 7; 6/23 back cover
            Legislation:
                  Federal: 2/25 p. 22; 4/7 p. 1; 6/2 p. 1, 2
                        Action Alerts: 3/24 p. 5; 4/7 p. 13; 4/28 p. 20; 5/12 p. 16
                        Roll Call Votes: 4/7 p. 10; 6/2 p. 14; 7/21 p. 24

FETOLOGY/EMBRYOLOGY:
      Frozen Embryos: 6/23 p. 4
      When Life Begins: 6/2 p. 18

INFANTICIDE: 2/25 p. 4

MEDIA: 4/7 p. 20
      ABC: 2/4 p. 7; 5/12 p. 6
      Pro-Abortion Bias: Jan. p. 8; 2/4 p. 7; 7/21 p. 12; 8/25 p. 2, 20; 9/15 p. 1; 11/16 p. 8

NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE: 5/12 p. 3
      Convention ’92: 4/7 p. 5; 5/12 p. 1; 6/23 p. 2, 9, 10A, 10B, 11, 15
      NRL PAC: 2/25 p. 6
      Pro-Life Perspective: 5/12 p. 10
      Teens for Life: 6/23 p. 15
      Voter Identification Project: 2/4 p. 8; 2/25 p. 6; 3/10 p. 7; 3/24 p. 18; 4/7 p. 7; 4/28 p. 5; 5/12 p. 19;
            6/2 back cover; 6/23 p. 10; 7/21 p. 5; 8/25 p. 15; 9/15 p. 11; 10/6 p. 22; 11/16 p. 6

OBITUARIES:
      Ryan, Richard, Jr.: 5/12 p. 17

ORGANIZATIONS:
      American Bar Association: 2/25 p. 18; 8/25 p. 11
      League of Conservation Voters: 2/25 p. 20
      University Faculty for Life: 4/7 p. 14

POLITICS:
      Democratic Party: 2/4 p. 3, 13; 2/25 p. 3; 4/7 p. 19; 4/28 p. 4, 18; 6/2 p. 13; 7/21 p. 5; 10/6 p. 20
      Republican Party: 2/25 p. 3; 6/2 p. 20; 6/23 p. 23; 8/25 p. 1, 18; 10/6 p. 20

POLLS:
      Nationwide: 4/28 p. 17; 9/15 p. 25; 11/16 p. 19

PRO-ABORTION MOVEMENT:
      Organizations:
            National Abortion Rights Action League: 2/4 p. 13; 2/25 p. 1; 4/28 p. 1; 12/14 p. 3
            National Organization for Women: 3/10 p. 13; 4/28 p. 10
            Planned Parenthood: Jan. p. 33; 2/4 p. 4; 6/2 p. 12
            Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights: 6/2 p. 6
      Rhetoric: 3/10 p. 2
      Strategies: Jan. p. 3, 33; 4/7 p. 3; 4/28 p. 3

PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT:
      Grassroots Activity:
Jan. p. 3, 5; 3/10 p. 3; 9/15 p. 27; 10/6 p. 27; 11/16 p. 3, 5; 12/14 p. 3
      Personal Stories: 3/10 p. 5; 4/7 p. 4; 6/2 p. 5

RELIGION: 8/25 p. 6
      Catholic: 2/25 p. 14
      Lutheran: 3/10 p. 4
      Methodist: 6/2 p. 6
      Presbyterian: 4/7 p. 15
      and Pro-Life Activity: 8/25 p. 8; 9/15 p. 12; 10/6 p. 18, 23; 12/14 p. 15

U.S. SUPREME COURT:
      Cases:
            Bray v. Alexandria Women’s Clinic: 6/23 p. 5
            Planned Parenthood v. Casey: 2/4 p. 1; 4/7 p. 1; 4/28 p. 1, 2, 5; 7/21 p. 1, 2, 3, 12, 18, 19, back cover

YOUTH: 4/7 p. 5; 6/2 p. 3; 6/23 p. 15; 11/16 p. 10A, 10B