Sen. Graham holds hearing on Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

By Dave Andrusko The press conference that took place prior to today’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act was packed with reporters. As it should have been. S 160 is an important piece of legislation, one that speaks to our very character as a people. Are we really going to …

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Bill to protect pain-capable children passes through Senate committee

Humane measure would safeguard unborn children after 20 weeks ST. PAUL — On Thursday night legislation to protect pain-capable unborn children from the lethal violence of abortion passed on a voice vote through the Minnesota Senate Health and Human Services Finance and Policy Committee. It now advances to the Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Finance …

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The House will revisit the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday National Right to Life congratulated pro-life champion Rep. Chris Smith for introducing the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act into the House. Rep. Smith (R-NJ), co-chairman of the House Pro-Life Caucus, pointed out how the measure is solidly supported by the American public. “The majority of Americans—some 59 percent according to a …

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In opposing Pain-Capable bills, pro-abortionists show how out of touch they are with the public

By Dave Andrusko As we are at the end some lame duck state legislative sessions and are preparing for the 2017 sessions, the pro-abortionists’ best friend–the media–is swinging into a kind of preemptive DEFCON 1 status. It’s the end of the world (as they know it), they moan. It’s bad enough that pro-life Republicans control …

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