Telemedicine Abortion Ban Introduced in Ohio

Senator Steve Huffman Introduces Bill in the Ohio Senate COLUMBUS, Ohio—On Tuesday in the Ohio Senate, Senator Steve Huffman introduced Senate Bill 260, the Telemedicine Abortion Ban. This legislation prohibits the use of telemedicine for the purpose of providing abortion-inducing drugs. “This legislation is vital for patient safety,” says Senator Huffman, a physician. “While it’s …

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The latest pro-abortion threats in the Virginia legislature

Please contact your legislators again today! By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) On this sad anniversary of Roe v. Wade, when we in Virginia are facing a dreadful roll-back of our many pro-life victories, we must remain faithful. Thankfully, yesterday a Senate Committee moved to set SJ2, the so-called “constitutional …

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Massachusetts Bishops ask Catholics to oppose two proposed radical abortion bills

By Dave Andrusko As NRL News Today reported previously, citizens in Massachusetts are facing the challenge of the same kind of radical New York-style abortion bill passed into law almost exactly one year ago. Only instead of calling it the “Reproductive Health Act,” there are two bills (House Bill 3320 and Senate Bill 1209) that …

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“Born-Alive” Bill continues to WV Senate after overwhelming House Passage

By Mary Anne Buchanan Wednesday, January 15, marked a huge victory for the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (HB 4007) as it passed in the House of Delegates with bipartisan support. The final tally was 93-5 as the lights lit up on the West Virginia House chamber voting board. The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act …

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Abortion decision determines top priority of 2020 Kansas Legislature

By Rep. Dan Hawkins (R-Wichita) Special to Gannett Kansas Editor’s note. This first appeared at the Garden City Telegram. This past April, six justices of the Kansas Supreme Court issued an opinion that determined the top priority for the 2020 legislative session. Six justices found a right to an abortion exists in the Kansas Constitution …

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Action Alert! : Contact your Virginia State Senator & Delegate Today!

By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL) The pro-abortion ERA will be voted on in both the State Senate and House of Delegates soon. Please use this link on the VSHL Legislative Action Center to send an email to your State Senator and Delegate urging them to oppose the pro-Abortion ERA. …

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Bill to ban dismembering of living unborn babies introduced in Nebraska

Currently the law in 12 states By Dave Andrusko On January 8, Nebraska state Sen. Suzanne Geist introduced LB 814, a bill to ban the dismembering of living unborn babies. Predictably, Planned Parenthood rose to the defense of an abortion “technique” that is every bit as barbaric as partial-birth abortions. In 2007, the Supreme Court …

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Born-Alive bill off to fast start in West Virginia legislature

By Mary Anne Buchanan On just the second day of the West Virginia legislature’s 60-day session, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (HB 4007) has cleared its first hurdle with little problem. On Thursday, the West Virginia House Health and Human Resources Committee passed the bill on a voice vote. The bill, using model language …

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National Right to Life Praises Republican Motion to Recommit H.R. 535 Amending the Safe Drinking Water Act

WASHINGTON—Today, National Right to Life (NRLC) praised pro-life members of the House of Representatives for their commitment to including unborn children in the “vulnerable populations” the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should consider when it works on the development of drinking water standards. The “Motion to Recommit” would have amended the Safe Drinking Water Act to …

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Bill Would Toughen Abortion Center Regulation in Pennsylvania

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Pennsylvania state Representative Timothy O’Neal has introduced a bill which would strengthen abortion center regulation within the Commonwealth. House Bill 2138 is a common sense measure which would require abortion facilities to post the results of health department inspections on their websites. The legislation would also …

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Legislative Alert! Help Us Prevent Telemedicine Abortions in Pennsylvania

Please call and email your state Senator with this important message: I don’t want telemedicine abortions in Pennsylvania. Please pass Senate Bill 857, as amended. Background: The Pennsylvania House of Representatives added an important amendment to Senate Bill 857 which would ensure that dangerous drugs such as the abortion pill RU 486 cannot be distributed …

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