Posts Categorized: pro-life
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
Senate Bill 3 – a much-needed improvement to our outdated state abortion law – just passed the State Senate by a nearly two-thirds majority vote (32-18).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 (and House Bill 77) would do two things: 1) Stops the barbaric abortion … 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
Hundreds of thousands marched in Washington today to be a voice for life. By all accounts, it looks like this year’s March for Life had the most powerful lineup of speakers, headlined by Vice President Mike Pence (first time ever … Read more
Many churches host a Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. Pennsylvania Family Institute has two bulletin inserts available to help educate and promote life to your friends and church family:Meet Willow – born at just 22 weeks – highlighting the… Read more
Here is a 2017 March for Life bus list for Pennsylvania, listed by county in alphabetical order. If you are interested in riding a bus, please contact the local bus captain for more specific information. Also – as indicated – … Read more
Ohio just became the 19th state to update their abortion law to end late-term abortion by limiting abortion to 20 weeks. In 2017, we hope to see Pennsylvania join this growing list.
As the discussion continues on whether or not … Read more