Posts Categorized: abortion
On Monday, March 12th, Pennsylvania officials, advocates and families will rally in the Harrisburg Capitol Rotunda in support of new state legislation that would help protect children with a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome.
A special guest for this rally … Read more
More:The official policy of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is to encourage childbirth over abortion. So, why is Planned Parenthood given millions of taxpayer dollars every year? Read more into this in a new report. 2016 Abortion … Read more
Lancaster Planned Parenthood is hosting a lunch event on Thursday, February 22nd in downtown Lancaster with special guest Cecile Richards to highlight their new facility renovations.
“Join Planned Parenthood Keystone and Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Cecile Richards as … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Council is advocating for passage of new state legislation – House Bill 2050 – that would protect unborn children diagnosed with Down syndrome. We want to help show elected officials and the general public that there are people … Read more
By: Jeremy Samek
I had to read this twice. I even showed it to my wife to make sure I was reading it right.
My colleague at the Pennsylvania … Read more
Ask your State Senator & State Representative to co-sponsor this legislation:
Children and individuals with Down syndrome are valued members of their families and communities, and make meaningful contributions to … Read more
While it is unfortunate that Governor Wolf vetoed Senate Bill 3, which would have finally ended late-term abortion throughout Pennsylvania, we have another opportunity TODAY to make this happen not only in our state but throughout the nation.
The U.S. … Read more
Abortion in Pennsylvania has been on a steady decline; however, top state … Read more
If you are interested in riding a bus to the March for Life Friday, January 19th, please contact the local bus captain for more specific information.
HARRISBURG, PA – December 18, 2017 – Governor Tom Wolf today vetoed important legislation – Senate Bill 3 … Read more