Posts Categorized: abortion
On Saturday, March 28, in a move to expand healthcare access to address the Coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Tom Wolf announced that any licensed medical professional … Read more
To citizens across Pennsylvania,
On March 26, 2020, Governor Tom Wolf sounded an alarm to all Pennsylvanians regarding the COVID-19 pandemic: “We know our hospitals will face capacity … Read more
This story has been updated on March 30 with additional states and CDC data.
One of the temporary restrictions being passed in states is prohibiting elective surgical procedures due to COVID-19, yet some states are playing politics by making an … Read more
The Pennsylvania Family Institute calls on Governor Tom Wolf, the Pennsylvania Department of Health and other elected officials to take action … Read more
The Pennsylvania Family Institute calls on our elected state officials to take action against Planned … Read more
Urgent Pro-Life Alert:Please take 60 seconds and call your State Senator and ask them to keep a proposed telemedicine bill from expanding abortion in PA. “I urge the Senator to support Senate Bill 857 as amended and to do all … Read more
Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion business in Pennsylvania, is continuing to expand their market share on abortion.
The U.S. Supreme Court is about to hear oral arguments in a very important case, June Medical v Russo, that deals with abortion, a first for the nation’s highest court since the confirmation of Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. … Read more
JUST ANNOUNCED! A featured guest at the first-ever Pennsylvania March for Life will be Abby Johnson! The former Planned Parenthood director travels the globe sharing her pro-life story, one that was put to the big screen in the movie Unplanned released … Read more
Planned Parenthood is actively lobbying our state legislators to disregard FDA safeguards in order to permit “abortions by video” – increasing the risk to women in order to increase their profits. Chemical abortions are already on the rise – this … Read more