Senate Bill 404 Passes Indiana House Public Policy Committee with Amendments by Vote of 8-4 INDIANAPOLIS – Today the Indiana House Public Policy Committee, chaired by Rep. Ben Smaltz amended and passed Senate Bill (SB) 404 by a vote of
By Dave Andrusko In a move that came as a surprise to utterly no one, Democrats today forced a one-week delay in a Senate Judiciary Committee vote on Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch. The committee will now vote on
By Dave Andrusko If you go to the bottom of the NRLC Convention page, you’ll find a clock counting down the time until NRL 2017, the pro-life educational event of the year, begins. In the beautiful words of the late
Utah becomes third state to enact law requiring abortionists to inform women that chemical abortions can be halted
By Dave Andrusko Over the weekend Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill that requires abortionists to inform women who are undergoing a chemical abortion that their abortion may be halted if they do not take the second of the
By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life The Kansas House Federal and State Affairs Committee this morning passed “Simon’s Law” by voice vote. It is anticipated that the bill will be debated by the full House of Representatives soon.
By Dave Andrusko Following a nearly six-month-long trial and a near-hung jury, Steven Capobianco was sentenced Friday to life in prison with the possibility of parole for murdering his pregnant ex-girlfriend on Maui. During the sentence hearing Second Circuit Chief
By Dave Andrusko I make no bones about it. I love to watch ultrasounds. I love how cleverly families use them to introduce the newest members to their friends and loved ones. Take a You Tube video posted a while
By Maria McCann Editor’s note. This appeared at the Canadian Center for Bio-Ethical Reform and is reprinted with permission. Several years ago, I encountered the ideas of the Jewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas while I idly skimmed my high school religion textbook.
By Pete Baklinski TORONTO — Doctors who refuse to kill a patient “need protection so that they can act according to their conscience,” Cardinal Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto, told the Ontario legislature last Thursday. “It is sad that I
By Sarah Terzo Ann Furedi comments on late-term abortions and women’s reluctance to get them : “Many women, who would have few qualms about opting for a pregnancy to be terminated in its early weeks, balk at the thought of
By Michael Cook Taking advantage of the country’s new law, Canadian transplant surgeons have harvested organs from dozens of euthanasia patients. According to the National Post, 26 people in Ontario who died by lethal injection have donated tissue or organs.