Posts Tagged: women
By Thomas Shaheen – Vice President for Policy, PA Family Council
Two Pennsylvania high-school girls were among those testifying at a hearing on August 4th before the PA House Education Committee regarding the Fairness in Women’s Sports Act; state legislation … 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
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
By Emily O’Connor
Planned Parenthood of Northeast, Mid-Penn, and Bucks County announced that they would be closing their Carlisle Health Center on June 13, 2013. Previously located in a suite alongside several other healthcare facilities, the clinic does not provide … Read more
For Immediate Release May 23, 2012
(Harrisburg, PA) – “It’s time for Planned Parenthood to come clean,” announced Thomas Shaheen, Vice-President for Policy of the Pennsylvania Family Council.
“They claim they do not use taxpayer dollars to pay for abortions. … Read more
The Virginia State House passed a bill requiring that a woman seeking an abortion is given the opportunity to view an ultrasound image first. Read more…
Pennsylvania has similar legislation in our State House, HB 1077 – the Woman’s Right … Read more
My letter to the editor of the Patriot-News, published today:
Let no one fool you, Senate Bill 732 is about protecting women.
For far too long, women have been subjected to abortion clinics that have standards below those of any … Read more
Released to the media today:
The Time to Act is Now! Pennsylvania Family Council Calls for Passage of Critical Abortion Bills; Safety of Women and Children at Stake
For Immediate Release
September 26, 2011
(Harrisburg,PA) – “The time to act … Read more