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       Wendy Wright
      
       Wendy Wright is the current president and CEO of Concerned Women for America, a Conservative Christian political action group active in the United States.
      
       Miss Wright promotes legislation and international policies that are beneficial to women and families, briefs congressional and presidential staff on pro-family issues, and trains grassroots activists. She is frequently interviewed in national media on moral, social and political issues.
      
       She joined the organization in 1999 and served as its executive vice president before being named president on January 30, 2006.
      
       Wright was listed as one of "The 100 Most Powerful Women of Washington" in 2006 by Washingtonian magazine.
      
       Wright is a frequent spokesperson for conservative causes, including pro-life and international issues.


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We should be just as concerned about women's safety as we are about their rights. I've been stunned by the comments that some women have to pay the price of death so that women can have abortions.

    Topics: Abortion, Health, Women

Is this safe for women, when in fact there have been no studies done on the long-term effects on women who take the morning-after pill, and there are no studies that have been done on multiple use -- if a woman uses it more than once.

    Topics: Abortion, Health, Women

The pro-life movement is in the best position it has ever been in.

    Topics: Abortion

If you subsidize an activity you get more of it. It's encouraging the behavior that leads to more clients for abortion clinics.

    Topics: Abortion

Since the 2004 election and the advent of 'values voters,' the abortion lobby has redefined, but not changed, its goal.

    Topics: Abortion

It is precisely this kind of anti-Christian religious litmus test that many Americans find deeply offensive. Our nation is founded on Judeo-Christian principles which have made it one of the freest nations in the world.

    Topics: Adversity, America, Freedom

Feinstein is dipping her toe into the very ugly, muddy waters of religious bigotry. America's Founding Fathers considered religious beliefs to be an asset, even essential to public officeholders. Sadly, Sen. Feinstein apparently believes the opposite of those wise men to whom we owe gratitude for our free and strong country.

    Topics: America, History, Freedom

Making the morning-after pill over the counter would only benefit those that profit from its increased sale, but the real price will be paid by women and girls who would suffer the health consequences.

    Topics: Health

In any scenario in which a woman would be taking the morning-after pill she needs medical intervention.

    Topics: Health

When a drug is easily available, it is a public health hazard to women.

    Topics: Health, Women

You will have people ... falling back on this idea we'll all just go to the drugstore in the morning and get a morning-after pill.

    Topics: Health

Thank goodness, there is now one less political activist at the FDA who puts radical feminist ideology above women's health.

    Topics: Health, Women

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