Entries Tagged ‘Continuing Resolution’

Pro-life blog buzz 3-8-13

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  • Pro-Life Action League reports on a huge free speech victory for pro-lifers in Rockford, Illinois, home of the infamously profane (and thankfully, now closed) Northern Illinois Women’s Center:

    The settlement comes after more than five years of federal litigation stemming from harassment of pro-life individuals and other federal civil rights violations on the part of some members of the Rockford Police Department.

    As part of the terms of the settlement, Rockford police officers will be required to attend a training program on citizensí First Amendment rights, with the specific aim of preventing wrongful arrest of citizens for taking part in constitutionally-protected activities.

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-13-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Politico has an article on National Right to Life’s decision not to take a position on the Continuing Resolution. Here is a letter from NRLC leaders to US Senators regarding the resolution and upcoming votes on Obamacare and defunding Planned Parenthood. Palm Beach Post columnist Frank Cerabino thinks […]

It is what it is

Ok, Republicans and Democrats have agreed on a Continuing Resolution that will fund the government through the end of September. A government shut-down has been averted, whether one cares about that or not. The dust has not settled but here are some apparent take-aways for pro-lifers….

Amazing: Possible government shutdown boils down to funding the abortion industry

This, to me, is an amazing development. The budget disagreement, and whether or not the government shuts down, is now hinging on whether or not tax dollars continue to fund the abortion industry. Obama and the Democrats have made clear they’re willing to withhold troop funding over the issue of abortion. But there are 2 […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-6-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Democratic leaders say the Republicans’ proposed one-week Continuing Resolution will be rejected because of the prohibition to DC abortion funding and the budget cuts. Here’s a new one: “Diseased goo” is how Darrell Dawsey describes human embryos with genetic diseases who were recently killed at the University of […]

Breaking: New one-week Continuing Resolution defunds DC abortions

UPDATE, 11:20a: To clarify, if this one-week CR is enacted, it will defund abortions in DC throughout the remainder of FY11, not just for one week. 11:01a: Read backstory here. The Republican-controlled House Appropriations Committee has introduced a third short-term Continuing Resolution, this time to keep the government going through April 15. The current CR […]

Budget delights: Reinstating Mexico City policy, removing taxpayer funding of DC abortions, eliminating UNFPA funding – Wow

Fabulous news! Republicans have submitted HR 1, the FY10 Continuing Resolution. “Continuing Resolution” is the term for the federal budget for the remainder of 2011. Incredibly, Democrats never finalized a budget for Fiscal Year 2011 when they had control of the House. This is now working in our favor. HR1 is being debated until Thursday […]

  

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