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Entries Tagged ‘Mike Pence’

Pro-aborts fume about ultrasound legislation that mirrors Planned Parenthood’s protocol

up_7fr0lnUPDATE 3:50p: From Huffington Post, today:

Indiana state senators have dropped a requirement that would force women to undergo an ultrasound procedure both before and after having a medication-induced abortion, after the legislation attracted national criticism.

Could it be legislators added that second ultrasound to have something to compromise on and still get what they really wanted? Or maybe it was accidental. Still, an ultrasound bill moves forward.

10:09a: I read a piece last week by RH Reality Check’s Robin Marty complaining about pending ultrasound legislation in Indiana, which…

Latest on defunding Planned Parenthood votes/chatter

UPDATE 4/15, 12:27p: Here were the tallies for yesterday’s votes to defund Planned Parenthood and Obamacare, fyi: House roll call vote on the Black/Roby resolution to defund PP: Passed 241-185-1.  231 Republicans voted FOR the resolution and 7 voted AGAINST the resolution (Bass, Biggert, Bono Mack, Dent, Dold, Frelinghuysen, Hanna).  1 Republican voted present (Amash).  […]

Stanek weekend question: What if defunding Planned Parenthood was just a bargaining chip?

A couple weeks ago a Republican congressman described to me what he anticipated the final scenario would look like in the Fiscal Year 2011 budget battle. He said GOP House leaders would use Planned Parenthood defunding as a bargaining chip to get their way on other budget items. He said there was no chance a […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 3-31-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Rep. Mike Pence has a must-read op-ed in National Review, dispelling misinformation on the Pence Amendment and Planned Parenthood: … [T]he Pence Amendment does not reduce funding for cancer screenings or eliminate one dime of funding for other important health services to women…. If the Pence Amendment becomes […]

Just say NO to the next short-term budget, which continues funding Planned Parenthood

UPDATE, 7:20p: Add Club for Growth and Heritage Action to the list of groups opposing any more short-term CRs whatsoever. Today, together with Family Research Council, they issued a joint press release stating they will score votes on short-term CRs. 7:15p: The Republican-controlled House Appropriations Committee today released another proposed short-term Continuing Resolution, to commence […]

Why are Democrats never warned to back away from the abortion issue as “too controversial”?

A new Rasmussen poll affirms what Gallup last year called “the new normal.” Conducted March 7-8, the survey of 1,000 people found that 44% of Americans consider themselves pro-life while only 42% say they’re pro-choice. (13% are undecided.) The poll had many other positive findings, but here’s the one I’d like to discuss:

House to vote on defunding Planned Parenthood THIS MORNING

2/19, 8p: The House floor debate last night on defunding Planned Parenthood was excellent. Following are links to videos of the pro-life members’ speeches.  These included pro-life women, doctors, and freshman:

Calls needed to Congress TODAY on two pro-life amendments

UPDATE, 2:25p: From Family Research Council: … Speaker Boehner got even less sleep. According to reports, a crowd of abortion activists swarmed his apartment this morning, chanting him awake. The group said its members “are furious that the House’s continuing resolution would cut off funding for local reproductive health services.”


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