Category Archives: Abortion Funding

Global Abortion Industry Seeks Funding and Support in Europe

Editor’s note. This appeared at the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues [PNCI] and is reposted with permission. The pro-life action of President Trump by reissuing and expanding the Mexico City Policy (MCP) has resulted in non-US organizations that perform or

Judge extends injunction blocking Texas’s decision to terminate Planned Parenthood Medicaid contract

U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks

By Texas Right to Life Austin, Texas — On Tuesday U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks extended the injunction blocking Texas from removing Planned Parenthood from Medicaid contracts until the conclusion of the full trial of Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit to remain

Norway and Australia join countries funding abortion in developing countries

Norway Prime Minister Erna Solberg

Editor’s note. This excerpt comes from SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. More countries have announced that they will dedicate money to funding abortion overseas Countries including the Norway and Australia are the latest to respond to the

Pro-Abortion Gov. McAuliffe vetoes bill to defund Virginia abortion promoters

Olivia Gans Turner

No contracts would have gone to providers “that perform abortion” By Dave Andrusko Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe today vetoed HB2264, a common sense bill that would have ensured that legitimate Virginia healthcare programs that do not

House to vote Thursday to nullify Obama rule preventing states from redirecting Title X funds away from Planned Parenthood

By Dave Andrusko Back in mid-December we wrote about a last-minute gift from outgoing pro-abortion President Barack Obama to his Planned Parenthood sweetheart. Tomorrow the House of Representatives will vote on H. J. Res. 43, sponsored by Rep. Diane Black

Bill to reallocate state funding away from abortion providers in Iowa moving quickly

Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad

By Dave Andrusko A bill to reallocate state taxpayer funding away from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers to federally qualified health centers and family planning organizations who do not provide abortion services passed a House subcommittee in Iowa on

Virginia bill to prioritizes Title X money goes to Governor McAuliffe

Virginia Delegate Ben Cline

No contracts to providers “that perform abortion” By Dave Andrusko The Virginia Senate today joined the Virginia House in passing a bill that would end federal Title X funding for abortion providers and redirect it to community health clinics that

MCCL backs bills to ban taxpayer funded abortions, require abortion facility licensing

Legislation addresses injustice, women’s safety concerns ST. PAUL — Justice and safety regarding abortion are the focus of two initiatives introduced today in the Minnesota House of Representatives and Senate. A bill to ban taxpayer funded abortions and another to

Iowa Senate votes to reallocate state funding away from abortion providers

Iowa state Senator Amy Sinclair

By Dave Andrusko The Iowa Senate, voting strictly along party lines, Thursday voted in favor of SF 2. The bill would reallocate state taxpayer funding away from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers to federally qualified health centers and family

Americans agree: We don’t want to fund abortions abroad

Pro-life Vice President Mike Pence and NRLC President Carol Tobias

By Carol Tobias, President, National Right to Life Editor’s note. This appeared today in The Hill. This past Monday, pro-life President Donald Trump made it abundantly clear the United States will no longer use taxpayer dollars to support organizations that

Another pro-life victory!

In one of his very first memoranda, President Trump has reinstated a policy that denies U.S. financial support to organizations such as International Planned Parenthood that perform or advocate for abortion overseas. President Reagan first determined that U.S. taxpayers would

National Right to Life applauds U.S. House Vote to enact permanent, government-wide Hyde Amendment

WASHINGTON – The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) today commended the 238 members of the U.S. House of Representatives who voted to pass the landmark No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act (H.R. 7), but directed sharp criticism at the