President Joe Biden’s administration is revoking a rule that prevented federal family planning aid from going to health centers that performed or referred abortions. The new rule allows Title X federal funds to go to health centers which refer patients for abortions.
On Saturday, hundreds of attendees of a symposium sponsored by the Vermont Right to Life Committee heard multiple speakers discuss what’s at stake for the unborn in Vermont if constitutional amendment Proposal 5 passes next year.
The day may come when we express our apology for the disregard of the human lives that are in utero in the same way we did this year for those lives we devalued 70 and 80 years ago in Vermont’s eugenics policies.
If government can’t tell people what to do with their bodies, it can’t tell them they have to be vaccinated. Not even a U.S. senator gets to have it both ways.
The Department of Justice asked a federal judge late Tuesday night to block Texas’ Heartbeat Act, which prohibits abortions after the baby’s heartbeat can be detected.
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone emphasized Sunday that Catholics have a duty to challenge pro-abortion politicians like President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
Center for Reproductive Rights President Nancy Northrop warned Monday that if the law is not blocked within the next two days, “Texas politicians will have effectively overturned Roe v. Wade.”
We don’t get to nod understandingly anymore and say something like, “Well, I don’t really agree with abortion, but everyone should be free to make their own decision.” That was me just a few years ago, and I’m deeply ashamed of that fact.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is being urged to veto a provision in the proposed state budget that would ban abortions after 24 weeks of pregnancy.
The ordinance’s passage makes Lebanon the first city in Ohio and the 29th city in the nation to declare itself a Sanctuary City for the Unborn. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio called the proposed ordinance “blatantly unconstitutional” and “just another political power play.”
Texas’ Heartbeat Act bans abortions after the unborn baby has a heartbeat. By the end of the fourth week of pregnancy, according to the Cleveland Clinic, the unborn baby’s tiny heart tube will beat about 65 times a minute, and the baby’s heartbeat can be detected by about six weeks.
The United States Supreme court has agreed to take up a major Mississippi abortion case that could directly challenge Roe v. Wade. The court announced Monday that it will hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization beginning in October.