The state of Louisiana comes one step closer to banning abortion at 20 weeks post-conception on the basis of dis-proven fetal pain myths.
Activists ask “D.C.’s New Mayor” Trent Franks to assist on more city issues.
Don’t trust the Journal of the American Medical Association or the Royal College of Obstetritians and Gyneacologists! Trust the Pro-Life Action League!
An Arizona Congressman is pushing for an abortion ban on the citizens of Washington, D.C. But the woman who represents that constituency isn’t allowed to be there.
A judiciary committee is scheduled to hear a potential ban on abortions after 20 weeks for residents of the nation’s capitol.
What exactly does “most likely to save both lives” mean?
The ban, which wrongfully redefines medical terms in an attempt to limit a woman’s right to choose, is perhaps the most confusing of all so called “20 week” bans.
They said they were running to fix the economy, but once they were elected they went straight to social issues.
Limiting a woman’s right to a legal procedure is way more important that ensuring a perfect bill.
The new extreme bill outlaws abortions before most women will even do anomaly screenings.