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Pro-life news brief 7-31-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • U.S. District Judge James Teilborg says Arizona’s fetal pain/20+ week abortion ban can take effect:

    U.S. District Judge James Teilborg said the statute may prompt a few pregnant women who are considering abortion to make the decision earlier. But he said the law is constitutional because it doesn’t prohibit any women from making the decision to end their pregnancies.

    The judge also wrote that the state provided “substantial and well-documented” evidence that an unborn child has the capacity to feel pain during an abortion by at least 20 weeks.Republican Gov. Jan Brewer signed the measure into law in April, making Arizona one of 10 states to enact types of 20-week bans.

Ominous Planned Parenthood fundraising appeal details recent pro-life victories

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards sent a fundraising email this morning under an ominous caption…

I guess standing with Planned Parenthood is not supposed to be fun but frightening, kind of like watching a scary murder movie…

Indeed, the letter was intended to frighten Planned Parenthood supporters that their beloved organization and cause were losing ground at great speed by listing recent pro-life accomplishments. Of course, reading this list had the opposite effect on me, as I’m sure it will you:

(Prolifer)ations 4-17-12

Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Mommy Life sees something more behind the latest liberal disparagement of women who choose to stay home and raise children:

    I know a lot of us have been lukewarm to [GOP candidate Mitt] Romney, but what I’m seeing is that there is a spiritual battle taking place here that centers around the conflict between those who desire to put our families first and a government that seems completely out of touch with the fact that this is a worthy goal, a government that wants to encroach on the rights of parent and to humiliate women who don’t fall in with the party line.

Pro-life bill boom continues in 2012

2011 was a banner year for the passage of pro-life legislation in the states. According to the pro-abortion research group Guttmacher Institute:

By almost any measure, 2011 saw unprecedented attention to issues related to reproductive health and rights at the state level…. The 92 new abortion restrictions shattered the previous record of 34 abortion restrictions adopted in 2005.

Although I was braced for a dip in 2012, since it’s an election year, I’m happy to report the number of pro-life legislation being enacted into law in 2012 remains strong.

BET: Yes, Planned Parenthood might be targeting blacks, but…

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed into a law a bill earlier this week that bans abortion on the premise of race or gender…. Critics of the new law say the true purpose of the bill is to polarize the public on an already sensitive subject. The African-American community is still reeling from Life Always’ anti-abortion […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 1-17-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat An article at NJ.com, which notes that three NJ Planned Parenthood affiliates may start doing abortions, provides more information about PP’s new policy that its affiliates must provide abortions: The national group wants 1 abortion site operating in each of its 85 regions or affiliates by the end […]

NARAL’s 2009 Hall of Fame and Shame nominees

AZ sees 1st silver lining from Obama appts

Ms. magazine’s take…

  

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