Entries Tagged ‘abortion clinic regulation’

Pro-life news brief 7-2-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Kirsten Powers isn’t standing with Wendy Davis. She also points out the obvious false claim that 37 out of 42 abortion clinics will close:

    In addition to the limit on late-term abortions, the Texas legislature sought to pass regulations on abortion clinics similar to what was passed in Pennsylvania in 2011 after the Gosnell horror. The New York Times warned that the Texas bill “could lead to the closing of most of Texas’s 42 abortion clinics.” That sounds familiar. In 2011, the Pennsylvania ACLU claimed a post-Gosnell bill “would effectively close most and maybe all of the independent abortion clinics in Pennsylvania.” Last month, a Pennsylvania news site reported that “several” abortion clinics have closed, which isn’t quite the Armageddon the abortion-rights movement predicted.

Pro-life news brief 5-9-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • The Gosnell jury continues to hear the re-reading of testimony. Based on JD Mullane’s picture of the charges, the jury deliberations could take some time:

    The jurors are also apparently still wrestling with minor charges as well, asking to see files related to two babies that were allegedly aborted past Pennsylvania’s legal limit for abortions of 24 weeks. The panel of 12 also sent out a question asking if the medical files were the sole basis for the 227 misdemeanor charges against Gosnell for allegedly violating Pennsylvania’s 24-hour waiting period on abortions.

No new law needed: VA AG says state agencies can regulate abortion mills

Enacting abortion clinic regulations is a winning issue for pro-lifers. In states without abortion clinic regulations, such as mine – IL – abortion mills are less regulated than veterinary clinics, nail salons, and roofers. The debate alone increases public awareness that abortion mills are creepy and unsanitary. (Photo right is of late-term abortion LeRoy Carhart’s […]

  

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