Tag Archives: HB 2

Appeals Court hears lawsuit challenging Kentucky’s ultrasound law

By Dave Andrusko In early 2017 the Kentucky legislature passed two new pro-life bills. One was the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (SB5) which then PPFA President Cecile Richards described as “shameful.” SB5, which has not been

Reporters uncritically accept pro-abortion “research” relied upon by the majority in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt

By Dave Andrusko If you could work your way through Justice Stephen Breyer’s 40 page majority opinion, obliterating portions of Texas’ HB 2, there are two inter-related conclusions that virtually leap off the page. First, he comes

Post-Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, Part One: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act still the law in Texas and elsewhere

By Dave Andrusko We posted a number of stories yesterday–and will more today– about Monday’s abysmal Supreme Court ruling gutting two portions of the 2013 pro-life omnibus Texas law, HB 2. In this post, after a few

Post-Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, Part Two: Stellar pro-life critiques of Supreme Court decision

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. If you want to peruse stories all day long, go directly to nationalrighttolifenews.org and/or follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/daveha There has been a boatload of brilliant pro-life commentaries, decrying the Supreme

Supreme Court strikes down portions of pro-life Texas Law

Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act not challenged By Dave Andrusko In its succinct and to the point statement this morning, National Right to Life lamented the Supreme Court’ 5-3 verdict that struck down two provisions of HB2,

Justice Ginsburg recycles Abortion Industry mantras

By Dave Andrusko For whatever reasons of High Court protocol (or politics), Justice Stephen Breyer did the heavy lifting in today’s Supreme Court decision gutting the 2013 omnibus Texas pro-life law, HB 2. His majority opinion ran

What is at stake in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt?

By Dave Andrusko It’s happened before, so it came as little surprise that as the Supreme Court whittled its way through its remaining “controversial” cases yesterday, the justices left until next week–the last week of the current

No decision from Supreme Court on Texas pro-life law

By Dave Andrusko From a pro-life perspective, it’s been a busy morning of [non-] news. Scotusblog.com, which many of us rely on for the latest updates on Supreme Court happenings, wrote the following. The Court released its

No decision from Supreme Court on Texas law, NY Times generates more pro-abortion propaganda

By Dave Andrusko Once again, the Supreme Court today did not issue a ruling in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt— the pro-life 2013 Texas law known as HB 2. At issue are two provisions: (1) that abortion

Clock ticking as Supreme Court approaches deadline for decision on pro-life Texas law HB 2

Editor’s note. This appeared in the June digital edition of National Right to Life News. Along with the many news stories, commentaries, and analyses, this editorial can be read at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsJune2016.pdf. I trust you are reading the

Pondering what the Supreme Court may do in “Whole Woman’s Health vs. Hellerstedt”

By Dave Andrusko There is likely only two weeks left in the current term of the Supreme Court. So, albeit to a lesser extent, this Monday, as in previous Mondays, there are stories speculating about what the

No Supreme Court decision today on pro-life Texas law

By Dave Andrusko Referring to one of the two requirements of Texas’ HB 2, Rebecca Terrell, the executive director of a Tennessee clinic called CHOICES: Memphis Center For Reproductive Health, told Lisette Mejia of about the mandate