Posts Categorized: pro-life
Press Release – Pennsylvania Family Council – April 26, 2017
Harrisburg – The Senate Finance Committee’s vote today in favor of SB300 is … Read more
SB300, legislation led by State Senator John Eichelberger, passed out of the Senate Finance Committee today by a 7-5 vote.
SB300 would prioritize current taxpayer dollars to first be directed to the many community health centers that offer better comprehensive … Read more
Governor Wolf just headlined a roundtable discussion at a Planned Parenthood facility in Warminster – which does more than 900 abortions each year. As reported, the event was held by Planned Parenthood Keystone – one of their three regions … Read more
The Iowa Legislature just gave final approval to make Iowa the 21st state to update outdated law that now limit abortion at the first five months in pregnancy (20 weeks). Here’s the growing list of states:
Several other states are … Read more
A Harrisburg-based legal team is helping a PA university chapter of the largest pro-life youth organization in defending against the censoring of their pro-life views.
Today, the PA State Senate voted 32-18 in favor of SB3. Championed by Senator Michele Brooks, SB3 would limit abortion to five-month of pregnancy (current law is up to 6 months) and end the barbaric procedure of dismemberment abortion.
If … Read more
SB3 – a much-needed improvement to our outdated state abortion law – just passed the State Senate by a nearly two-thirds majority vote (32-18).
SB3 does two things: 1) Stops the barbaric abortion procedure known as dismemberment, and 2) ends … Read more
Today, the PA State Senate Judiciary Committee voted 10-5 in favor of SB3, legislation led by Senator Michele Brooks (R-50) that would limit abortion to the first five-month of pregnancy (current law is up to 6 months) and end … Read more
Pennsylvania State Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on SB3 TODAY, which would end late-term and dismemberment abortions, and pro-abortion groups like Planned Parenthood are at it again, shouting “extreme lawmakers” for those working to make positive updates to … Read more