By Gayle Irwin Upon Wyoming’s wind-swept high plains, a pro-life pregnancy center finds new ways to reach women attending the state’s sole university; women who may see abortion as their only choice. Serving with Heart “My goal is to reach many more abortion-vulnerable and abortion-minded women,” said Roni Johnson, executive director of Heart to Heart, …Continue reading "Pregnancy Center in University Town Discovers New Ways to Reach Abortion Vulnerable Women"
By Gayle Irwin With summer in full swing, many families, youth, and children spend hours swimming, playing baseball and softball, going camping, or engaged in video games. But in Casper, Wyoming, a number of young people are taking time from their summer activities to stand for life by helping a local pregnancy center. In June, …Continue reading "Wyoming Youth Raise More than $500 to Help Local Pregnancy Center"
By Dave Andrusko In a sense the upcoming July 21 closure of Planned Parenthood’s only clinic in Wyoming may be largely symbolic. The Casper clinic provides abortion referrals but does not itself perform abortions. But even if the reasons are largely economic–“This strategic decision will allow us to maintain a fiscally solvent operation that will …Continue reading "As of July 21 no Planned Parenthood clinic in Wyoming"
By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortionists are lamenting not only that Wyoming now has two new pro-life laws, but that it broke the streak of 28 years without passage of life-affirming measures. According to the Associated Press, Gov. Matt Mead signed the bills Thursday at a ceremony attended by pro-lifers. “They included several students wearing red ‘I …Continue reading "Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead signs two pro-life bills into law"