Posts Tagged: pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Attorney General Shapiro on a Crusade Against Catholic Nuns

October 24, 2019 | 1 comment | Posted in abortion, First Amendment, Health, Life, pro-life, Religious Freedom, Supreme Court | Tags: , , , , , , ,

Catholic charity organization, the Little Sisters of the Poor, is back in the news this week, not for the over 13,000 elderly poor they serve in 31 countries, but because pro-abortion government officials are trying to force them to pay … Read more

2019 Election Voter’s Guide Now Available

October 15, 2019 | 2 comments | Posted in Politics, Voting | Tags: , , , , ,

We are less than three weeks away from Pennsylvania’s next election on Tuesday, November 5th and, as always, we at the Pennsylvania Family Council want to help you make informed decisions about your candidates for various positions. Thanks to the support … Read more

Science, Experience Show Recreational Marijuana Is Not In Pennsylvania’s Best Interests

September 25, 2019 | 1 comment | Posted in Marijuana | Tags: , , ,

Governor Wolf now pushes for legalization, ignoring strong evidence of the harms from today’s high-potency, commercialized marijuana

With today’s release of Lt. Governor John Fetterman’s report on his marijuana “listening” tour and Governor Tom Wolf changing his position to now … Read more

Take 90 seconds today to call your State Senator: “Pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act.”

September 22, 2019 | 1 comment | Posted in Disability Rights | Tags: ,

Day of Action: Monday, September 23, 2019

Who: Pennsylvania State Senators

What: Take 90 seconds to call your State Senator and ask to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act (House Bill 321) this year, which would stop any child from … Read more

The Buyer Beware Act Goes to a Vote in the Senate

July 8, 2019 | No comments | Posted in Sex Trafficking | Tags: , ,

On June 11th, Senate Bill 60, The Buyer Beware Act: Combating Human Trafficking in Pennsylvania, passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee thanks, in large part, to the support of the prime sponsor, Senator Kristin Philips-Hill (R-York). Not only … Read more

Governor Wolf touts extreme abortion views in city Planned Parenthood left in 2011.

May 31, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion | Tags: , , ,

Governor Tom Wolf, a former Planned Parenthood escort, was outside of Philadelphia today in Ambler hosting a rally to support his pro-abortion agenda. It’s ironic that he picked Ambler because Planned Parenthood – the state’s largest abortion business – voluntarily … Read more

Tell PA General Assembly: Abortion is Two Million Too Many

January 17, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion | Tags: , ,

FACT: This year, Pennsylvania will surpass two million abortions performed in the state since Roe v Wade. That’s more than the populations of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh combined.

Our elected leaders, as well as those in our community, need to know … Read more

How many babies could Governor Wolf have saved?

December 31, 2018 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags: ,

The Pennsylvania Department of Health has released their latest report on statewide abortion statistics (2017). Here are a few facts to remember:

1) 30,000 abortions every year in Pennsylvania.

Imagine the Pittsburgh Penguins played a game to a completely empty … Read more

Planned Parenthood’s Pervasive Prevarication in Pennsylvania

December 3, 2018 | 1 comment | Posted in abortion | Tags: , ,

Is this untruth on Planned Parenthood & prenatal care the most pervasive in Pennsylvania? Perhaps. The more important question: Why are they still receiving your taxdollars?

By: Dan Bartkowiak

Pro-abortion activists supporting the largest abortion provider continue to spread flat-out … Read more

Why the number 5,462 is significant

November 27, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion, pro-life | Tags: ,

On December 22, 2011, after a year-long battle, a bill to regulate abortion clinics (Senate Bill 732) was signed into law by then Governor Tom Corbett after passing the State Senate (32-18) and House (151-44) a week earlier. This was … Read more