Entries Tagged ‘Fred Upton’

BREAKING: Congressional committees launch nationwide probe of shoddy abortion clinics and state regulators

breakingnews2I wrote the other day that aside from a U.S. Senate resolution introduced May 6 to “investigate and correct abusive, unsanitary, and illegal abortion practices” in the wake of the Kermit Gosnell scandal, other efforts were in the works to reign in dangerous abortion clinics and abortionists nationwide.

Two of those efforts were revealed today. Susan B. Anthony List writes:

House GOP gives prominence to pro-life initiatives

The House GOP exerted momentous efforts to support the sanctity of human life this week. First came the vote to repeal Obamacare, which passed 245-189. (Read LifeNews.com for Senate strategy.) Then yesterday came the 3rd and 4th bills I recently identified as coming down the pike, and not in a mealy way. The No Tax-Payer […]

Upton wins, Pitts wins

Read my previous posts here, here, and here. The GOP Steering Committee voted for chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee tonight, and the bad new is pro-abort Fred Upton won.  The good news is Upton promptly appointed Joe Pitts as the Health Subcommittee chairman. Upton has been as liberal as they come on the […]

Support Shimkus for House GOP Energy & Commerce Chairman

This is the 3rd time I’ve written about the chairmanship of a House committee, which is a lot. But as the National Right to Life Committee detailed in a letter to the House Republican Steering Committee on November 18: There is no committee of the House of Representatives that has policy and oversight jurisdiction over […]

Down with Upton

It has been awhile since pro-lifers were asked to ring Congressional phones off the hook, having been given a slight reprieve during the election recess. But they’re baaack, and this morning calls need to go to Republican House members urging them to oppose pro-abort Fred Upton as Chairman of the vastly important Energy & Commerce […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 11-19-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat According to MSNBC, 1,000 aborted children have been found at a Buddhist temple in Thailand, in addition to the 300+ found earlier this week. Police have arrested one woman who admitted performing illegal abortions. Politico has an article about how National Right to Life is pushing hard for […]

Pro-abort Republican to head most powerful policy committee in the House?

With the great gains social and fiscal conservatives and independents handed House and Senate Republicans, we shouldn’t be facing the nightmare prospect of socially and fiscally liberal Fred Upton of Michigan heading the most powerful policy committee in the House: the Energy and Commerce Committee. Read here an overview of that committee’s amazingly broad jurisdiction. […]

  

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