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House and Senate Scorecards for Votes on Abortion Clinic Regulations in Pennsylvania available at www.pafamily.org.
From the Times-Tribune:
Dr. Kermit Gosnel’s “House of Horrors” abortion clinic in Philadelphia did great violence to human beings and to abortion-rights advocates’ mantra that their objective is to make abortion “legal, safe and rare.”
It’s legal. But at Dr. … Read more
From Philadelphia Inquirer:
Standing on the floor of the state House, her voice choked with emotion, the first-term Democratic legislator from Upper Darby explained why she had just voted for the bill tightening regulations for abortion clinics.
State Rep. … Read more
December 15, 2011 | No comments | Posted in Family, Health, Life, Politics | Tags: abortion, healthcare, Pennsylvania budget, Pennsylvania Family Institute, Philadelphia, Planned Parenthood, sanctity of human life
SB 732, the common sense bill to require abortion centers in Pennsylvania to meet the same health and safety standards required of all outpatient surgery centers, passed the State House and Senate overwhelmingly this week. This action comes about 11 … Read more
Want to know how your state representative and state senator voted on Senate Bill 732?
Please thank your legislator if they voted Yes in support of this bill!… Read more
Harrisburg, December 14, 2011
Pennsylvania Family Institute today praised the Pennsylvania House and Senate for the overwhelming passage of … Read more
Yesterday, the State House passed Senate Bill 732, a bill which would impose more stringent regulations and inspections on the abortion industry, to at least bring it in line with other outpatient surgical centers. Now the bill moves to the … Read more
The entire nation was shocked earlier this year when a Philadelphia grand jury released its report on the Women’s Medical Society abortion center in West Philadelphia, detailing accounts of murdered women, gruesome conditions inside, and “countless” babies being delivered alive … Read more
The overreaching arm of government:
An Ohio third-grader will spend his ninth birthday waiting for a court ruling on whether he’s too fat to live at home with his mother. The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that social workers took the … Read more