Iowa legislator: we need abortion because babies ‘have colic’

  By Cassy Fiano The Iowa House passed a ban on telemed abortions this week, with the backing of the Iowa Board of Medicine, which voted 8-2 to ban webcam abortions. This is because webcam abortions are dangerous to women. However, Planned Parenthood, true to form, filed a lawsuit to overturn that decision, because abortion …

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Alabama bill regulating “WebCam” abortions on way to Governor’s desk for signature

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 …

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Incredible pain and RU-486 abortions: an underreported story

By Dave Andrusko Over the course of the last 20 years no one has written more intelligently or in greater depth about the two-drug RU-486 abortion technique than Dr. Randall K. O’Bannon, NRLC’s Director of Education. The two latest examples of his scholarship can be read at http://nrlc.cc/13KEYVg and http://nrlc.cc/ZEIaVt, but there are dozens and …

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