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Denny: How Trump Can Save Women’s Sports

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Vice President for Government Relations, Doreen Denny published an opinion piece in the Washington Times calling for President Trump to step in and save women’s sports. “What’s happening right now…

On Human Rights Day, We Need to Protect our Young Women and Girls

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Human Rights Day is a yearly celebration to remember the importance and necessity of the protection of unalienable rights. Today we call for the end of violence against women and…

Penny Nance at the White House: The Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commemorative Coin Act

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    Concerned Women for America at the White House. CWA CEO and President, Penny Nance, wearing one of the historic sashes, is a member of the bi-partisan Women’s Suffrage…

Penny Nance: White House Listening Session (Includes Video)

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Our CEO and President Penny Nance was invited to attend a listening session on Vaping at the White House with President Trump. Watch as Penny Nance Introduces herself to the…

Tell Congress No to Funding Pro-Abortion Groups Overseas

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Concerned Women for America opposes funding abortion oversees. Another Christmas shutdown looms over Capitol Hill.  This week a Continuing Resolution moved the spending expiration deadline to December 20. This delay…

Democrats Playing Election-Year Politics with the Violence Against Women Act

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CWA’s Vice President of Government Relation, Doreen Denny wrote the following Op-Ed about the Violence Against Women Act. Senators Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Dianne Feinstein (D-California) spent months collaborating on…

The UN Is Pushing Abortion On Developing Countries, But The Trump Administration Is Fighting Back

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CWA’s Vice President for International Affairs, Dr. Shea Garrison, wrote the following Op-Ed published in the Daily Caller. Once again, the United Nations is pushing abortion into developing countries under…

Penny Nance on World Radio: TV Ratings Need Reform

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(Story Begins at 8 minute mark and runs to 13 minutes.) CEO and President Penny Nance weighed in on The World and Everything in It radio this week on the…

Proposed Soft Ban on Flavored E-Cigarette, Vaping-Devices Prudent Move, Our Children Will Thank us for it One Day…

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Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar earlier this month announced that the White House is revisiting and enhancing an Obama-era rule that, in an effort to protect consumers, would…

Penny Nance: Fight Against Sex Trafficking and Child Porn Could be Hurt by Change to Internet

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CEO and President Penny Young Nance wrote an opinion piece recently for Foxnews.com explaining how a new standard could have implications in protecting children on the Internet: Google and Mozilla recently…

CWA Panel Advocates to Capitol Hill: How Human Rights are Best Protected in Foreign Policy

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Last week Concerned Women for America was on Capitol Hill advocating for the proper role of foreign policy in protecting human rights. The CWA and Heritage Foundation cosponsored panel was…

Katie Hill’s Exit Renews #MeToo Anxiety in Washington

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CWA’s CEO and President Penny Nance weighs in on Representative Katie Hill’s resignation in an interview with Susan Crabtree of Real Clear Politics. “Katie Hill, part of the ambitious group…