Data on Social Institutions Related to 1973 Roe v Wade Decision 

John R. Lott in the Federalist, looks at data and statistics related to Marriage, adoption, single parenthood, out-of-wedlock births, premarital sex, and other developments since the 1973 Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision,

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What does the term "non-binary" mean? It appears on all California student information forms, and around elsewhere the United States!

This is important for parents, and all concerned with the direction of what American young people are subject to in many government run schools

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