Right to Life of Michigan calls on Gov. Snyder to Make Webcam Abortion Ban Permanent

Right to Life of Michigan is calling on Governor Rick Snyder to sign SB 1198 to make our state’s ban on webcam abortions permanent. “Governor Snyder signed our state’s ban into law originally, and we hope he will now make it permanent,” said Right to Life of Michigan President Barbara Listing. A webcam abortion involves …

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Bill would make webcam abortion ban permanent

By Right to Life of Michigan Yesterday the Michigan Senate voted 25-12 to pass legislation to make our state’s ban on webcam abortions permanent before it expires at the end of the year. The legislation is now before the Michigan House for consideration. What’s a webcam abortion, you might ask. The FDA guidelines state that …

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Hawaii one of four pilot programs to increase webcam abortions

By Dave Andrusko Whenever you read the name Gynuity, know it is a “research and technical assistance” organization specifically devoted to bringing products such as chemical abortions [RU-486]to the world. And that would often involve what proponents call “telemedicine,” or, if they are more honest, “tele-abortions,” and what critics, such as National Right to Life, …

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Iowa Supreme Court strikes down law regulating webcam abortions

By Dave Andrusko The Iowa Supreme Court this morning struck down a rule issued by the Iowa Board of Medicine requiring abortionists to be present and perform a physical examination on a pregnant woman prior to dispensing abortion pills. The six justices unanimously concluded this represents an “undue burden” on a woman’s right to abortion …

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Kansas tweaks blocked “webcam” abortion ban

By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Kansas doesn’t want abortion pills dispensed by “webcam.” The Kansas House Saturday afternoon passed a modest tweak to an abortion law insuring that abortion pills will not be accessed by “webcam” without a licensed Kansas physician being on site. Senate Sub for HB 2228 passed the House …

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Idaho Senate votes 27-7 to curb web-cam abortions

Bill returns to House for quick reconciliation with Senate version By Dave Andrusko There are currently 18 states that require abortionists to perform in-person exams when they use chemical abortifacients. A similar measure has now passed both the Idaho House (55-17) and the Senate (27-7). All seven “nay” votes today were cast by Democrats. Because …

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Arkansas Gov. signs Act 139, makes clear webcam abortions not telemedicine

By Dave Andrusko If you are a defender of abortion, how do you defend what is (when people understand what really takes place) absolutely indefensible? We have explored every angle many times, but it is helpful to be reminded how much they count on claiming association with legitimate medicine—i.e., life-affirming medicine—to bamboozle the public. That’s …

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Abortion via remote control dangerous for women

  By Kerry Uhlenkott Editor’s note. This appeared in the Idaho Press. We wrote about webcam abortions yesterday. Planned Parenthood has initiated plans nationwide to install what are called “web cam” facilities in all of the states. In Idaho, we have convincing evidence that they want to implement web cam facilities in our state, as …

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Webcam abortions are not “telemedicine,” no matter how many times pro-abortionists say they are

  By Dave Andrusko As we approach the end of the day, let me end by analyzing a tedious, repetitious, not to mention poorly reasoned editorial by the pro-abortion-to-the-hilt Des Moines Register. For all its faults, it is addressing a hugely important subject. As do all abortion advocates, the Register’s editorial board insists that abortion …

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Even PPFA acknowledges there are “schemes” that await women ordering abortifacients online

  By Dave Andrusko “Motherlode – Living the Family Dynamic” is the name for a column that appears in the New York Times edited by KJ Dell’Antonia. “Living the Family Dynamic” also includes ending the living of living unborn family members. Yesterday’s contribution was headlined, “Pregnant, With ‘No Plans to Have Another Baby’ and No …

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Too hot to print for the Mason City Globe Gazette

  Editor’s note. This appeared in the October issue of Iowa Right to Life News. MASON CITY–When a Polk county District judge ruled on august 19 in favor of the Iowa Board of Medicine’s right to ban Planned Parenthood’s dangerous webcam abortions, the Mason City Globe-Gazette published a completely over-the-top staff editorial on behalf of …

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The pitifully lame excuses why barely a quarter of Iowans support web-cam abortions

  By Dave Andrusko Yesterday we posted the very encouraging news that 2/3rds of Iowans were against “telemedicine abortions,” better known as webcam abortions (“New “Iowa Poll shows massive opposition to use of Web-Cam abortions”). We’re offering a follow up story today because of what defenders of webcam abortions offered as an excuse for why …

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