By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. This post from Texas Right to Life provides a helpful overview of a very important resource. The introduction to the booklet mentioned begins, “You are pregnant and want to know everything you can about the options you have. You have a right to know the truth. This booklet …Continue reading "Changes to Woman’s Right to Know Booklet provide Texas women with more information, resources"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers are nothing, if not patient. The last time we wrote about the “Right to View” provision of North Carolina’s “Woman’s Right to Know” law North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper had just said the state would appeal U.S. District Judge Catherine Eagles’ January 17 decision to issue a permanent injunction. …Continue reading "Appeals Court to hear challenge to North Carolina’s ultrasound law"
By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director Kansans for Life The Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE), the state health department, has released preliminary annual data on abortions performed in Kansas, showing a 5.4 % decrease in the number of abortions from 7, 885 in 2011 to 7,457 abortions in 2012. This is the lowest state …Continue reading "Kansas abortion numbers continue drop, ”abortion pill” method rises"
By Kathy Ostrowski, Kansans for Life legislative director In 1997 Kansas enacted state-issued informed consent provisions for abortion, with a 24-hour phone hotline and printed informational booklets. Part of the “Woman’s Right to Know” law required abortionists to report, not only the numbers of abortions performed, but also how many women they saw for an …Continue reading "Informed consent state website aids Kansas abortion decrease"
By Dave Andrusko A bill strengthening the woman’s right to know law in Oklahoma has now passed the House and Senate and is on its way to Gov. Mary Fallin for her signature. Wednesday House Bill 2561 passed the House 89-0. The measure passed the Senate last week 33-9. The law would allow civil action …Continue reading "Bill to Strengthen Women’s Right to Know Law on its way to Oklahoma Governor"