Articles Tagged 'Abortion'

ILLINOIS STATE REP. AVERY BOURNE GIVES PASSIONATE PRO-LIFE SPEECH WHILE PREGNANT

by Daily Caller  |  published on May 31, 2019
Illinois Republican State Rep. Avery Bourne delivered an impassioned plea for unborn children just before the state house passed one of the most expansive pro-choice bills in U.S. history. The “Reproductive Health Act” would repeal the state’s partial-birth abortion ban and effectively legalize abortion up until birth, among other legal changes. The bill states that “a fertilized egg, embryo, or… READ MORE

LA Gov signs ‘heartbeat’ abortion ban into law

by WBRZ  |  published on May 31, 2019
Louisiana’s Democratic governor has signed a ban on abortion as early as six weeks of pregnancy, a move that has provoked anger from members of his own party. Gov. John Bel Edwards signed the measure Thursday, making Louisiana the fifth state to enact such a law, joining Mississippi, Kentucky, Ohio and Georgia. Alabama’s gone further, outlawing virtually all abortions. The… READ MORE

Fetal heartbeat abortion ban advances to SC House floor after hours-long debate

State lawmakers on Tuesday passed to the House floor a bill that would ban nearly all abortions in South Carolina, after hearing hours of competing pleas from pastors, women’s rights advocates, pregnancy counselors, parents and doctors. After about five hours of debate, the GOP-dominated House Judiciary Committee voted 15-7 along party lines Tuesday night to advance a fetal heartbeat abortion… READ MORE

California governor vetoes abortion bill for university campuses

California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill on Sunday that would have mandated California public universities to provide abortion pills, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. SB320, introduced by Sen. Connie Leyva, D-Chino, would have required university health centers to offer women medical abortions on campus by Jan. 1, 2022. The majority of the funds– $9.6 million– would come from private… READ MORE
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Planned Parenthood exec caught on tape: I think selling baby parts is ‘a great idea’

by Claire Chretien | lifesitenews
Published on April 28, 2017

A new Center for Medical Progress (CMP) video shows a Planned Parenthood senior executive haggling over pricing for aborted babies’ body parts, which she says… READ MORE
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Planned Parenthood Touts Grandmas for Abortion


Planned Parenthood is showing its support for a group of Maine grandmothers promoting abortion rights led by the daughter of a longtime associate of Margaret… READ MORE
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Texas anti-abortion efforts renewed after Supreme Court defeat

by Associated Press
Published on February 17, 2017
AUSTIN, Texas — Undeterred by a U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down sweeping abortion restrictions that were sold as protecting women’s health, Texas Republicans are… READ MORE

Pastor Would Rather Go to Jail than Obey State Mandate to Provide Abortion Coverage

by Carrie Dedrick  |  published on November 14, 2014
A pastor in California says that he would choose jail time over providing church employees with abortion coverage in their health insurance. Pastor Jack Hibbs is strongly opposed to the state mandate which requires all employers to cover abortion procedures in employee health plans. Christian Today reports that the pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills has now joined forces with… READ MORE
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Do ultrasounds save lives? New study claims ‘no.’ Pro-life experts says ‘yes…but it’s complicated’

by JOHN JALSEVAC, LifeSiteNews.com
Published on January 10, 2014

Abortion supporters are pointing to a new study as evidence that laws mandating that abortionists show abortion-minded mothers ultrasound images of their babies do not… READ MORE
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House GOP moves to permanently ban tax-funded abortion in nation’s capital

by Tom Howell Jr.-The Washington Times
Published on January 9, 2014

Republicans signaled Thursday that they will try to permanently ban taxpayer-funded abortions in the District of Columbia, igniting a furious backlash from city officials who… READ MORE