Posts Categorized: Health
You may have seen the video going around of State Rep. Brian Sims (D-Philadelphia) harassing and mocking a woman praying outside of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Philadelphia. This is shameful behavior, especially by a current lawmaker.
But did … Read more
In a bipartisan 37-13 vote, the State Senate voted in favor of the well-being of children and taxpayers by passing HB 1388 – which would restore the status quo of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) prior to Governor Wolf’s … Read more
HARRISBURG, Pa. – In a bipartisan 37-13 vote today, State Senators voted in favor of the well-being of children and taxpayers by passing HB 1388 … Read more
Your State Senator will be voting soon on whether Pennsylvania returns to the longstanding policy of the CHIP program to exclude coverage for controversial sex change (“gender reassignment”) surgery and services.
Pennsylvania was the first state to create the Children’s … Read more
GREAT NEWS! After the board vote on August 23rd, Planned Parenthood will NOT staff an office in Reading High School to start this school year!
This week, US Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) made the inaccurate assertion that the United States, and specifically Pennsylvania, needs to continue to fund Planned Parenthood with taxpayer dollars.1 His words cannot be farther from the truth.
Casey begins his op-ed … Read more
Planned Parenthood would like you to think women will have a hard time finding health services like mammograms in places like York, PA if their abortion business is defunded. They recently held a small rally at their York facility – … Read more
UPDATE: Federal court in Philadelphia ruled on 1/12/15 in our favor: the “adult” business agreed to have all charges they brought against The King’s Men dismissed! Full story: pafamily.org/2015/01/victory-courageous-men-win-court-case
Randall Wenger – our Chief Counsel – along with Jeff Conrad … Read more
Today, in the Philly Inquirer, our friends at Susan B. Anthony List in D.C. highlight a new report showing good news for those with Down syndrome – extended life span, other physical treatments to improve quality of life, etc. Read … Read more