Posts Categorized: abortion
If you are interested in riding a bus to the March for Life on Friday, January 24th, please contact the local bus captain for more specific information.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health just released their latest report covering the landscape of abortion in our state and it sadly shows a small … Read more
A new national report shows that one-third of independent abortion clinics have closed since 2012.
That national trend is reflected here in Pennsylvania. Nine abortion clinics in Pennsylvania – 38% – have closed since 2012.
At that time, there were … Read more
Pennsylvania is currently facing unprecedented attacks on efforts to protect the sanctity of human life:Governor Tom Wolf vetoing any “attack on abortion” – even the Down Syndrome Protection Act, which would have attempted to end the horrific practice of… Read more
A new threat has presented itself in Pennsylvania that may increase abortions … Read more
On Wednesday, November 20th, the State Senate voted 27-22 to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 321, which would help end the targeting of children with Down syndrome for abortion. This bill already passed the PA House in … Read more
There are many false statements being spread by some pro-abortion lawmakers about House Bill 1890, which recently passed the PA House in a bipartisan vote. These claims are being made by several pro-abortion lawmakers like State Representatives Dan Frankel and … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute thanks the 123 State Representatives for their bipartisan affirmative vote on House Bill 1890, known as the Fetal Remains Bill, that offers a compassionate way of showing respect to human life lost early in pregnancy.
“Human beings … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute applauds today’s vote by the PA Senate Health Committee on the Down … Read more
On Monday, November 18th, the PA Senate Health Committee is scheduled to vote on the Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 321.
Before the vote, please contact your State Senator and ask for their support of the Down Syndrome Protection … Read more