Turning point for CWLA, abortion drug 'irresponsible'

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 Catholic Women's League of Australia president Madge Fahy has confirmed that the League had entered a new era with younger women in leadership roles while a Sydney's Life, Marriage and Family Centre has hit out at plans to market the abortion drug RU486 more widely.

It would be gravely socially irresponsible for any company to market abortion drug RU486 to pregnant women and for Australian authorities to allow them to do so, says Mary Joseph, project officer for the Sydney archdiocese’s Life, Marriage and Family Centre.

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