By Dave Andrusko Since I unfortunately cannot be in Montgomery, Alabama, to follow the pro-abortion lawsuit being heard by U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson, I have to rely on news accounts which can lag behind. But so many revealing comments have already been made it’s important that you hear what critics of the law …Continue reading "Abortion “safer than getting a shot of penicillin,” PP medical director testifies"
By Dave Andrusko After a seemingly endless series of delays, U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson is scheduled to begin to hear arguments today in a case brought by Planned Parenthood Southeast and the American Civil Liberties Union again Alabama’s HB57. Alabama’s Women’s Health and Safety Act, passed in 2013, requires abortionists to have admitting …Continue reading "Trial finally begins in lawsuit to challenge Alabama law requiring that abortionists have admitting privileges at local hospital"
By Dave Andrusko A very quick update on the ongoing, ongoing case before U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson. Television station WAFF is reporting that Judge Thompson has ordered a non-jury trial for May 19 in which he will hear arguments on Alabama’s HB57. Alabama’s Women’s Health and Safety Act requires abortionists to have admitting …Continue reading "Federal Judge sets non-jury trial for May 19 in challenge to Alabama law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital"
By Dave Andrusko If you are a pro-lifer in Alabama, it probably seems like forever but… U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson said today that he will rule on the state’s law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges in a nearby hospital by April 2 and will consider only “whether the law violates the due …Continue reading "Federal Judge again promises to rule on Alabama law requiring abortionists to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital"
By Dave Andrusko Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley today signed the multi-pronged Women’s Health and Safety Act which includes provisions to regulate so-called “webcam” abortions, require abortionists to have admitting privileges at a local hospital, and require abortion clinics to meet the same building safety codes as ambulatory surgical centers. Webcam abortions refers to a huge …Continue reading "Alabama Governor signs bill regulating “WebCam” abortions"
By Dave Andrusko Alabama continues to solidify its reputation as a pro-life state with passage of the Women’s Health and Safety Act. On Tuesday the House passed HB57 by a vote 68-21. Hours before, the Senate voted 22-10 in favor. The bill now is on its way to Gov. Robert Bentley for his signature. In …Continue reading "Alabama bill regulating “WebCam” abortions on way to Governor’s desk for signature"
Alabama has a long tradition of petitioning the Statehouse in Montgomery where lawmakers convene each spring for passage of Pro-Life legislation. “I remember in Gov. Guy Hunt’s administration in 1990 32,000 people rallied for an end to abortion right here” said Dan Ireland retired Pro Life Leader. That same passion exists as hundreds gathered to …Continue reading "Pro-Lifers Rally for Life in Montgomery, Alabama"