1994 NRL News Index

ABORTION:
      Abortifacients:
            Cytotec: 10/5 p. 24
            RU486: 2/28 p. 7; 3/16 p. 2; 5/9 p. 19; 5/24 p. 1, 2; 6/21 p. 2, 12; 10/5 p. 24; 11/18 p. 24
                  Consumer Boycott: 6/21 p. 3, 4; 7/12 p. 24, back cover; 8/5 p. 2; 12/13 p. 20
      Abortionists: 5/9 p. 7; 6/21 p. 10; 7/12 p. 4; 8/5 p. 13; 9/7 p. 20
            Non-Physician Practitioners: 2/28 p. 6
      Alternatives: 12/13 p. 14
      and Breast Cancer: 11/18 p. 18
      Facilities:
            Violence: 8/5 p. 22; 9/7 p. 2
      Funding:
            Federal:
                  Hyde Amendment: Jan. p. 5, 6; 4/14 p. 10; 6/21 p. 12; 7/12 p. 12; 9/7 p. 15; 10/5 p. 15
                        Action Alerts: 5/24 p. 26
            Foreign:
                  “Population Assistance”: Jan. p. 6, 8; 2/3 p. 5; 6/21 p. 12
            State: Jan. p. 5; 4/14 p. 10
                  Arkansas: 9/7 p. 15
                  New York: 3/30 p. 5; 5/24 p. 7
                  Pennsylvania: 10/5 p. 15
      International:
            China: Jan. p. 2, 8; 2/28 p. 11; 5/9 p. 8; 6/21 p. 16
            Great Britain: 2/28 p. 7
            Poland: 8/5 p. 18
            UN Conferences:
                  Cairo Conference: Jan. p. 6; 2/3 p. 5; 4/14 p. 1, 9, 21; 5/9 p. 1; 8/5 back cover; 9/7 p. 2; 10/5 p. 12, 13, 14
      Legislation:
            Federal: Jan. p. 6
                  “Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act”: Jan. p. 6; 5/24 p. 5; 6/21 p. 12
                        Roll Call Votes: 5/24 p. 20, 22
                  “Freedom of Choice Act”: Jan. p. 6; 2/3 p. 5; 6/21 p. 2, 12
            State:
                  Informed Consent: 8/5 p. 18; 9/7 p. 9
                  Michigan: 8/5 p. 18
                  Parental Consent/Notification: 5/9 p. 5; 9/7 p. 9
                  South Dakota: 9/7 p. 9
                  Virginia: 5/9 p. 5
      and Minors: 12/13 p. 4
      Post-Abortion Syndrome: 2/28 p. 4; 12/13 p. 4
      and School-Based Clinics: 2/3 p. 9
      Sex Selection: 3/30 p. 18
      and Slavery: 3/30 p. 5; 4/14 p. 7
      Statistics: 3/30 p. 16; 4/14 p. 14, 17; 5/9 p. 18; 6/21 p. 2, 11; 7/12 p. 7; 12/13 p. 4
      Survivors: 10/5 p. 4
      Training: 8/5 p. 13

ADOPTION: 7/12 p. 9

AUTHORS (non-NRLC):
      Angeletti, Joseph: 3/30 p. 13
      Avila, Daniel: 5/24 p. 8
      Bernhoft, Robin: 2/3 p. 25
      Blaeser, Catherine: 9/7 p. 4
      Brind, Joel: 11/18 p. 18
      Casey, Robert: 5/24 p. 17
      Chapman, Stephen: 2/3 p. 21
      Coleson, Richard: 3/16 p. 6
      Dannenfelser, Marjorie: 11/18 p. 8
      Doerflinger, Richard: 2/28 p. 14; 3/16 p. 10; 3/30 p. 10; 5/9 p. 10; 6/21 p. 8; 8/5 p. 20; 9/7 p. 7; 10/5 p. 7; 12/13 p. 1
      Dolan, John: 9/7 p. 6
      Dowling, Katherine: 8/5 p. 13
      Erlandson, Greg: Jan. p. 1
      Gramm, Phil: 2/28 p. 12
      Greenberg, Paul: 2/3 p. 12; 2/28 p. 8; 4/14 p. 7; 9/7 p. 15; 11/18 p. 16; 12/13 p. 18
      Hentoff, Nat: 6/21 p. 7
      Hierlihy, Sue: 3/16 p. 14
      Kischer, Clayton Ward: 3/16 p. 15; 3/30 p. 15
      Kogan, Richard: 2/28 p. 9
      Leo, John: 6/21 p. 11
      Luxmoore, Jonathan (CNS): 8/5 p. 18
      Mathewes-Green, Frederica: 12/13 p. 14
      Mother Teresa: 2/28 p. 10
      Neuhaus, Richard John: 11/18 p. 17
      O’Connor, Cardinal John: 3/30 p. 5
      Pierce, William: 7/12 p. 9
      Smith, Bob: Jan. p. 16
      Smith, Chris: 4/14 p. 9; 10/5 p. 12
      Smith, Wesley: 2/3 p. 6
      Strahan, Thomas: 12/13 p. 4
      Thomas, Cal: 2/28 p. 10
      Trainor, John: 5/24 p. 18
      White, Margaret: 5/9 p. 6

BOOK REVIEWS: 2/28 p. 11; 9/7 p. 6; 12/13 p. 15

CLINTON ADMINISTRATION: 3/16 p. 2; 5/24 p. 2; 6/21 p. 12, 16; 9/7 p. 2
      Appointments: 4/14 p. 3; 6/21 p. 12
            Elders, Joycelyn: 2/3 p. 12; 12/13 p. 19

COMBINED FEDERAL CAMPAIGN: 7/12 p. 6; 8/5 p. 19

DISABLED PERSONS: Jan. p. 27; 3/16 p. 5; 3/30 p. 13; 11/18 p. 21
      Do Not Resuscitate Orders: 2/3 p. 9; 3/16 p. 6
      Infants:
            Anencephaly: 3/16 p. 4, 6; 8/5 p. 16; 12/13 p. 18
            Down Syndrome: 2/3 p. 12; 3/30 p. 2
            Spina Bifida: 3/30 p. 2, 8

ELECTIONS: 3/30 p. 3; 10/5 p. 3
      Legislation: 4/14 p. 6; 10/5 p. 10
      1994: 3/16 p. 1; 3/30 p. 1; 6/21 p. 5; 9/7 p. 12; 10/5 p. 1A, 1B; 11/18 p. 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3, 4, 7, 8; 12/13 p. 3, 5, 7
      Voter Guides: 7/12 p. 8

EUTHANASIA: 9/7 p. 6
      Assisted Suicide: 2/3 p. 6; 2/28 p. 17; 3/30 p. 9; 5/9 p. 2, 4, 8; 6/21 p. 10, 11; 11/18 p. 13; 12/13 p. 1, 10, 16
      Cases:
            Butcher, Jamie: 11/18 p. 20
            Martin, Michael: 5/24 p. 8
      International:
            Canada: 3/16 p. 14
            Netherlands: 6/21 p. 7; 12/13 p. 1
      Involuntary: 9/7 p. 11; 11/18 p. 20
      Kevorkian, Jack: Jan. p. 2, 9; 2/3 p. 8; 4/14 p. 10; 5/9 p. 4, 7; 5/24 p. 6; 6/21 p. 11; 12/13 p. 10
      Living Wills: 2/3 p. 12; 2/28 p. 8
      State:
            Michigan: Jan. p. 2, 9; 4/14 p. 10; 12/13 p. 10
            New York: 6/21 p. 10
            Oregon: 9/7 p. 7A, 7B; 10/5 p. 7; 11/18 p. 3, 13; 12/13 p. 1
            Washington: 3/30 p. 9; 4/14 p. 10; 5/9 p. 2, 8; 6/21 p. 11; 12/13 p. 16

EVENTS:
      January 22 Activities: 2/3 p. 4, 13, 16; 12/13 p. 6

FETAL EXPERIMENTATION: Jan. p. 2; 2/3 p. 2, 21; 3/16 p. 10
      Fetal Tissue Transplants: 2/3 p. 2; 3/16 p. 3; 8/5 p. 16
      NIH Human Embryo Research Panel: 2/28 p. 2, 14; 3/16 p. 10, 15; 3/30 p. 10; 5/9 p. 10; 6/21 p. 8;
            8/5 p. 20; 10/5 p. 2, 8; 11/18 p. 16, 17; 12/13 p. 1, 2

FETAL RIGHTS:
      Fetal Homicide: 2/3 p. 7; 5/24 p. 8; 10/5 p. 11

FETOLOGY/EMBRYOLOGY: 3/16 p. 15; 3/30 p. 15
      Fetal Pain: 8/5 p. 4

INFANTICIDE: 3/30 p. 2; 9/7 p. 11

MEDICINE/HEALTH CARE: Jan. p. 18; 5/24 p. 13
      and Abortion: Jan. p. 1, 3, 12, 16; 2/3 p. 1; 2/28 p. 5; 3/16 p. 8; 4/14 p. 1; 5/24 p. 1, 10, 17; 6/21 p. 14;
            7/12 p. 1, 7, 22; 8/5 p. 1, 2, 3, 13, 19, 27; 9/7 p. 1, 3
      International: 8/5 p. 10
            Canada: 6/21 p. 17
            Great Britain: 2/3 p. 25; 5/9 p. 12
      Legislation:
            Federal: Jan. 1A, 1B, 3, 6, 11A, 11B, 12, 15, 16, 17A, 17B, 18, 22, 27; 2/3 p. 1A, 1B, 3, 4, 5, 12, 25;
                  2/28 p. 1A, 1B, 5, 9, 12; 3/16 p. 1, 2, 8; 4/14 p. 1; 5/9 p. 1, back cover; 5/24 p. 10, 17, 18; 6/21 p. 1A, 1B, 2, 3, 7, 12, 14, 20;
                  7/12 p. 1A, 1B, 3, 7, 22; 8/5 p. 1A, 1B, 2, 3, 9, 19, 27; 9/7 p. 1A, 1B, 3, 4, 5; 10/5 p. 5
                  Action Alerts: Jan. p. 27, 28, 31; 2/3 p. 19, 27; 2/28 p. 18, 21; 3/16 p. 19, 20; 3/30 p. 12, 19;
                        4/14 p. 18, 23; 5/9 p. 21, 25; 5/24 p. 24; 6/21 p. 21; 7/12 p. 5, 18; 8/5 p. 8, 27; 9/7 p. 18, 19
                  Roll Call Votes: 7/12 p. 20, 21
            State: 4/14 p. 6; 10/5 p. 6
      Managed Care: 8/5 p. 9
      and Rationing: Jan. p. 1, 3, 11, 15, 27, back cover; 2/3 p. 1, 12, 25; 2/28 p. 1, 9; 3/30 p. 1, 13; 4/14 p. 1;
            5/9 back cover; 5/24 p. 18; 6/21 p. 7, 20; 8/5 p. 1, 3, 9; 9/7 p. 4, 5

MEDIA:
      Cartoons: 12/13 p. 18
      Pro-Abortion Bias: 11/18 p. 2

NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE:
      Convention ’94: 3/16 p. 5; 3/30 p. 4; 4/14 p. 11; 5/9 p. 3, 8; 5/24 p. 9; 7/12 p. 13
      Memorial and Honor Tributes: 6/21 p. 20; 8/5 p. 7; 9/7 p. 23; 10/5 p. 27; 11/18 p. 27; 12/13 p. 23
      NRL News: 12/13 p. 2
      Outreach: Jan. p. 21
      Petitions: Jan. p. 29
      Pro-Life Perspective: Jan. p. 4; 2/28 p. 4; 3/16 p. 4; 4/14 p. 5; 5/24 p. 4; 7/12 p. 4; 10/5 p. 4
      Proudly Pro-Life Awards Dinner: 3/16 p. 6; 5/9 p. 3, 5, 14
      Staff: 2/3 p. 8, 23, 25, 26; 9/7 p. 9; 10/5 p. 9, back cover
      Teens for Life: 7/12 p. 16; 12/13 p. 13
      Voter Identification Project: Jan. p. 8; 2/28 p. 17; 3/16 p. 14; 3/30 p. 9; 4/14 p. 8; 5/24 p. 9; 6/21 p. 19;
            7/12 p. 17; 9/7 p. 10; 10/5 p. 16; 11/18 p. 12

OBITUARIES:
      Craven, Erma: 7/12 p. 6
      Lejeune, Jerome: 5/9 p. 6

ORGANIZATIONS:
      American Association of Retired Persons: 2/28 p. 1
      American Civil Liberties Union: 3/16 p. 12; 12/13 p. 10, 18
      American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: 2/28 p. 6
      American Fertility Society: 3/16 p. 15; 3/30 p. 15
      American Medical Association: 2/28 p. 17; 8/5 p. 9, 16
      United Nations: 10/5 p. 12, 13, 14
      United Nations Population Fund: Jan. p. 8; 4/14 p. 9; 6/21 p. 12

PEOPLE:
      Casey, Robert: Jan. p. 7
      Eareckson Tada, Joni: 3/16 p. 5
      Mother Teresa: 2/28 p. 10

POLLS: Jan. p. 12; 2/28 p. 1; 3/16 p. 8; 5/9 p. 1; 5/24 p. 10, 25; 6/21 p. 1, 14; 7/12 p. 19; 11/18 p. 1, 4, 14

PREGNANCY:
      Choosing Life: 3/16 p. 4; 4/14 p. 5
      Premature Delivery: Jan. p. 4, 11; 9/7 p. 11
      Prenatal Care: 3/30 p. 5; 5/24 p. 7

PRO-ABORTION MOVEMENT:
      Organizations:
            Alan Guttmacher Institute: 6/21 p. 2, 11; 7/12 p. 7
            National Abortion Federation: 2/28 p. 6
            National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League: 2/3 p. 10; 2/28 p. 3; 5/24 p. 25; 8/5 back cover
            Planned Parenthood: 2/3 p. 10; 2/28 p. 1
            Population Council: 2/28 p. 7; 5/24 p. 1; 11/18 p. 24; 12/13 p. 20
      Rhetoric: 12/13 p. 15

PRO-LIFE MOVEMENT:
      Grassroots Activity: Jan. p. 28; 2/3 p. 4; 3/16 p. 12; 5/24 p. 3; 6/21 p. 25, back cover; 7/12 p. 2, 3;
            8/5 p. 2, 4; 10/5 p. 1, 3, 18, 20; 11/18 p. 2
            Peaceful Protest: 2/3 p. 7; 3/16 p. 12; 5/9 p. 17; 6/24 p. 5; 7/12 p. 5
            Personal Stories: 12/13 p. 14

RELIGION: 2/28 p. 16
      Baptist: 2/28 p. 5
      and Pro-Life Activity: 10/5 p. 20

UNIONS: 8/5 p. 7

U.S. SUPREME COURT:
      Appointees: 2/3 p. 5
      Cases:
            Madsen v. Women’s Health Center: 2/3 p. 7; 5/9 p. 17; 5/24 p. 5; 7/12 p. 5
            Planned Parenthood v. Casey: 5/9 p. 2, 8
            Roe v. Wade: 4/14 p. 2, 3, 7, 10; 5/9 p. 2
      Justices:
            Blackmun, Harry: 4/14 p. 2, 3, 7
            Breyer, Stephen: 5/24 p. 19; 6/21 p. 12; 8/5 p. 10
            Ginsburg, Ruth Bader: 6/21 p. 12

YOUTH: 7/12 p. 16; 12/13 p. 13