Monthly Archives: December 2011
This time last year, the Independence Law Center (with the help of an army of volunteer attorneys) filed an amici brief on behalf of the Pa. Family Institute, the Pa. Pro-Life Federation, the Pa. Catholic Conference, and about 60 state … Read more
If you were running the state of Pennsylvania, what resolutions would you choose to make Pennsylvania a better place?
Leave your ideas in the comments below!… Read more
It has been our joy and privilege to serve you and all Pennsylvania families over this past year. With Christmas now upon us, let us reflect on the author and giver of life, who came to Earth to … Read more
House and Senate Scorecards for Votes on Abortion Clinic Regulations in Pennsylvania available at www.pafamily.org.
Today, Gov. Tom Corbett signed a new commonsense law that would regulate Pennsylvania’s abortion clinics in the same way as ambulatory surgical facilities. The need for new regulations was brought to light by the tragic “house of horrors” case of … Read more
From the Times-Tribune:
Dr. Kermit Gosnel’s “House of Horrors” abortion clinic in Philadelphia did great violence to human beings and to abortion-rights advocates’ mantra that their objective is to make abortion “legal, safe and rare.”
It’s legal. But at Dr. … Read more
Earlier this year, The Wall Street Journal editors declared 2011 as The Year of School Choice. That was then; this in now. And this IS Pennsylvania, not the 13 states that advanced real education reform so far.
As the … Read more
From Philadelphia Inquirer:
Standing on the floor of the state House, her voice choked with emotion, the first-term Democratic legislator from Upper Darby explained why she had just voted for the bill tightening regulations for abortion clinics.
State Rep. … Read more
December 15, 2011 | No comments | Posted in Family, Health, Life, Politics | Tags: abortion, healthcare, Pennsylvania budget, Pennsylvania Family Institute, Philadelphia, Planned Parenthood, sanctity of human life
SB 732, the common sense bill to require abortion centers in Pennsylvania to meet the same health and safety standards required of all outpatient surgery centers, passed the State House and Senate overwhelmingly this week. This action comes about 11 … Read more