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May 14, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Children, Family, First Amendment, Free Speech, Gambling, Life, marriage, Parental rights, Politics, Privacy rights, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Voting | Tags: election, guide, pennsylvania, primary, voter
We’re glad you’ve come to our 2018 Primary Voter’s Guide to find out more about the candidates appearing on your ballot. By doing so, you are demonstrating … Read more
One region of Pennsylvania is providing a perfect example of … Read more
Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 is Election Day. Voters across Pennsylvania will be voting for municipal offices (Mayor, City Council, Township Supervisor, Sheriff, Recorder of Deeds, School Board member, etc.) and Judicial candidates.
To help you in your voting decisions, Pennsylvania … 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
“Unborn children are safer today. Harrisburg’s Hillcrest abortion store is closed. License revoked after blatantly failing health and safety inspection. THANK YOU to all those who helped us pass SB732/HB974 (2011-2012), which requires inspections of all abortion clinics, and that … Read more
In his 2018 proposed budget, President Donald Trump states the highest funding priorities for the Health and Human Services are “health services through community health centers” that provide “critical health care services to low-income and vulnerable populations.”
President Trump is … Read more
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