Thumbing their nose at the House budget, the Senate has written their own version that reverses the ban on allowing the city to fund abortions.
Apparently the 20-week ban and Medicaid abortion bans were just the warm up act. It seems a congressman who earlier angered anti-choicers may be sponsoring a bill to get back in their good graces.
The latest proposed House budget shows the Republicans are still intent on using their authority to boss around District residents.
There is a medical consensus on fetal pain, but it’s not the one Franks is pushing.
The latest “correction” on the D.C. abortion ban looks like it came straight out of the anti-choice handbook — because it probably did.
Activists ask “D.C.’s New Mayor” Trent Franks to assist on more city issues.
A D.C. based doctor discusses the proposed abortion ban and who it will hurt the most.
If Christy Zink had carried her pregnancy to term and the baby lived through it, which wasn’t guaranteed, it would have suffered a short life of seizures and near-constant pain. If H.R. 3803 were in effect in 2009, she and the doctors who advised her on her options and performed the procedure would have been subject to criminal prosecution.
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.