Posts Categorized: Life
The Philadelphia Women’s Center – which aborts over 6,000 babies a year (highest count for any one facility in the state) – has been the center of a lot of attention on both sides of the abortion argument. … Read more
From the Desk of Michael Geer, PA Family Council President
The eyes of the nation are on Pennsylvania today, with our state being pivotal in determining who will be the next President of the United States. As each hour passes, … Read more
Question: Governor Tom Wolf has vetoed several good pieces of pro-life legislation, such as … Read more
Despite a Supreme Court victory in 2016, a group of Catholic nuns serving the elderly are back at the Supreme Court after Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro brought another lawsuit attempting to force them into violating their religious beliefs.
The … Read more
Estimated 1,700 abortions by Planned Parenthood in PA during Governor Wolf’s ban on elective surgery
On March 19, Governor Tom Wolf issued his “life-sustaining businesses” list, which, in part, prohibited all elective surgical procedures by hospitals as well as ambulatory surgical facilities:
Planned Parenthood is considered an ambulatory surgical facility in Pennsylvania. Their affiliated PAC … Read more
JUST ANNOUNCED! A featured guest at the first-ever Pennsylvania March for Life will be Abby Johnson! The former Planned Parenthood director travels the globe sharing her pro-life story, one that was put to the big screen in the movie Unplanned released … Read more
Planned Parenthood is actively lobbying our state legislators to disregard FDA safeguards in order to permit “abortions by video” – increasing the risk to women in order to increase their profits. Chemical abortions are already on the rise – this … Read more
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