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  • A law regulating the use of RU-486 which passed in Ohio in 2004 has been ruled constitutional by a federal judge:

    The law bar[red] use of the drug, RU-486, unless… administered in compliance with Federal Drug Administration rules. The drug could not be prescribed more than 7 weeks into a pregnancy. Violations are a felony.

    Planned Parenthood and other abortionists frequently prescribe RU-486 in a different manner than the FDA rules for women further along in their pregnancies and in a way that doesn’t require the abortionist to see the woman as often.

  • 63-year-old Ralph Lang (pictured left) has been arrested in Madison, WI after he shot a gun in a motel room and then informed police he planned on killing an abortionist: 

    Lang said he planned on shooting the clinic’s doctor “right in the head,” according to the complaint. Asked if he planned to shoot just the doctor or nurses, too, Lang replied he wished he “could line them up all in a row, get a machine gun, and mow them all down,” the complaint said….

    Lang had a history of targeting Planned Parenthood buildings. Court documents said he was arrested in 2007 outside a Madison branch, telling officers that everyone in the building deserved to be executed and that police were failing in their jobs by not carrying out the executions. Lang received a disorderly conduct citation, according to court records.

  • An Australian anesthesiologist who worked at an abortion clinic has been charged with “54 counts of conduct endangering life, negligently causing serious injury and recklessly causing serious injury” after he allegedly infected abortion clinic patients with hepatitis C.
  • The ACLU and some Democratic Congresswomen attempted to get Congress to vote on whether health care coverage for military women should include abortions for rape victims.

[Photo via wislawjournal.com]

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