Seventy percent of respondents said abortion clinics should be held to the same standards that general hospitals are held to. Seventy-four percent of respondents believe states should have the ability to pass laws ensuring abortion facilities comply with “basic medical practices and sanitation.”
Vermont Right to Life is calling out Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan for being the guest of honor at a Planned Parenthood Political Action Committee fundraiser in Burlington on Thursday night.
The nation’s largest abortion provider is losing the abortion battle in Washington but is upping its game through Hollywood, freelance journalist Nora Caplan-Bricker wrote Monday in The Washington Post Magazine. Hollywood is increasingly cooperative.
The hospital and liberal news media repeatedly seek to characterize this dispute as one of religiosity. The real issue is not one of religious doctrine, but of whether that fetus approaching delivery is deserving of all those ethical duties that doctors and nurses vow to provide to human beings.
Sanders was asked during CNN’s climate town hall whether he would support measures to curb population growth in order to protect the climate. The Vermont senator answered yes, and said he supports using taxpayer dollars to fund abortion abroad, “especially in poor countries.”
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said he supports abortion, in part, as a way to curb human population in light of climate change.
Associate professor and clinician-scientist Monica R. McLemore wrote in an op-ed that nurses who don’t want to provide abortions should not go into health care.
“Forcing medical staff to assist in the taking of human life inflicts a moral injury on them that is not only unnecessary and wrong, it violates long-standing federal law,” Roger Severino, director of the HHS Office of Civil Rights, said in a statement.
The University of Vermont Medical Center deceptively and unlawfully forced a known pro-life nurse to participate in an abortion procedure, the Office of Civil Rights for the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services reported today.
Milano obtained her first abortion in 1993 but became pregnant again a few months later and then obtained her second abortion. She said that this was the right decision for her, and that if she had not obtained these abortions her life would be lacking its “great joys.”
The state of Vermont will give an estimated $750,000 of Vermont taxpayer money to Planned Parenthood of New England, to offset the federal Title X funding it lost by choosing to continue to perform abortions.