Posts Tagged: abortion
Frankel, Arkoosh, Pro-Abortion Lobby Called Out for Spreading Lies About Bipartisan ‘Unborn Child Dignity Act’
Members of Pennsylvania’s pro-abortion lobby, State Representative Dan Frankel (D-Allegheny), U.S. Senate candidate Val Arkoosh, … Read more
Penn State All-American linebacker Micah Parsons believes God has big plans for his life. He recently shared with Pennlive.com that his mom almost had an abortion when she got pregnant with him. She had two kids, was struggling to pay … Read more
Planned Parenthood is taking full advantage of the ongoing COVID pandemic to expand their market share on abortion. Their facility in Bensalem – part of a shopping center – recently announced they are now performing chemical abortions on women up … Read more
As the new year rolled in, the Pennsylvania Department of Health released a report with troubling findings about abortion in our … Read more
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
(HARRISBURG, PA) Pennsylvania Family Institute is disappointed by today’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Russo v June Medical Services LLC, striking down a Louisiana law aimed at protecting women’s health at abortion clinics.
“This is a terrible day for women’s … Read more
Governor Tom Wolf has another critical decision to make in the fight against COVID-19. He can:Sign into law (or allow to become law without his signature) bipartisan… Read more
To citizens across Pennsylvania,
On March 26, 2020, Governor Tom Wolf sounded an alarm to all Pennsylvanians regarding the COVID-19 pandemic: “We know our hospitals will face capacity … Read more
This story has been updated on March 30 with additional states and CDC data.
One of the temporary restrictions being passed in states is prohibiting elective surgical procedures due to COVID-19, yet some states are playing politics by making an … Read more