Posts Categorized: Disability Rights
Who: Pennsylvania State Senators
What: Take 90 seconds to call your State Senator and ask to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act (House Bill 321) this year, which would stop any child from … Read more
On Tuesday, May 14th, the PA House of Representatives voted to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 321. This legislation would prohibit the killing of unborn children based on a diagnosis of Down syndrome. Currently, the majority of … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute applauds today’s passage of House Bill 321 — the Down Syndrome Protection Act — in the State House of Representatives. The legislation would prohibit the killing of unborn children based on a diagnosis of Down syndrome. Currently, … Read more
Today was the first step in seeing protections for children diagnosed with Down syndrome become law in Pennsylvania. The Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 321, passed out of the PA House Health Committee and now moves on to the … Read more
March 20th not only marks the beginning of Spring but also the start of new life for Pennsylvania’s Down Syndrome Protection Act.
State elected officials announced they will hold a press conference Wednesday, March 20th to announce the introduction of … Read more
Pennsylvania’s 2017-2018 legislative session has come to a close. Here are three notes on legislative items we were following:Pennsylvania becomes a Safe Harbor State.
Senate Bill 554 passed unanimously and will now provide specialized services to victims of sex … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Council is deeply disappointed by the lost opportunity in the Pennsylvania State Senate to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 2050, before the session ended Wednesday. This allows the targeting of babies for abortion simply because … Read more
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month and President Donald Trump took the opportunity to celebrate the lives of those with Down syndrome through a presidential message:
“We are learning more about this condition and the increased need for widespread education … Read more
Art is a part of who Emily Hartmann is. It’s her passion and brings her much joy. When she’s in her studio, she’s been known to break out in soulful song and bust a move.
Emily, 25, was part of … Read more
Today your State Senator is back in Harrisburg to finish out the remainder of the 2017-2018 legislation. There are only ten session days left on the Senate calendar for them to consider and vote on the Down Syndrome Protection Act, … Read more