On January 20, 2022, the results of the latest Marist Poll revealed that seventy-one percent of Americans want abortion restricted. A supermajority, eighty-one percent, believe laws can protect both mom and her preborn baby. Additionally, the poll found that seventy-three percent of people oppose diverting tax dollars to pay for abortion, including a majority of
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83-year-old, pro-abortion Supreme Court Justice, Stephen Breyer, announced in late January his strategic retirement at the end of this term. Any Court nominee President Biden names must be confirmed by the Senate. Given record-low presidential approval ratings and the threat of a Republican shift in the Senate after the mid-term election, replacing Breyer has become
In January, Planned Parenthood of Western and Central New York abandoned their expansion project in the Rochester suburb of Brighton under pressure from a grass roots coalition of residents who sued the Town for their lack of meaningful review in the approval process. The lawsuit stated the Brighton Town Planning Board failed to explore the
Anticipating the overturn of the 1973 Supreme Court Ruling legalizing abortion this summer, California prepares for abortion tourism, looking to New York as an example. If Roe v. Wade is overturned, a majority of states would outlaw abortion, concentrating all the nation’s abortions into a handful of abortion hub states like New York and California.
Gary Franks is New England’s first Black member of the House of Representatives and served three terms. He was also pro-abortion. And then on January 26 in an article written by Franks, he states, “I supported the so-called pro-choice position while in Congress. These are votes I regret today and pray for God’s forgiveness on
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments for the case Dobbs v Jackson on December 1st, 2021. After listening in, legal counsel for the largest network of pro-life service organizations in the world, believes the longstanding abortion ruling Roe v Wade is fated to end. Attorney Danielle White notes the Justices’ concerns pivoted on the fetal
On December 1st, New York Attorney General Letitia James proposed the creation of an abortion tourism fund. This comes amid worries the U.S. Supreme Court will allow states to outlaw abortion by the summer of 2022. James is asking New York politicians to use tax payer monies “to set aside meaningful funding to provide abortion
Early in December, California Governor Gavin Newsom promised abortion tourism if the U.S. Supreme Court guts the 1973 ruling legalizing the injustice. One news source notes, “’We’ll be a sanctuary,’ Newsom said, adding he’s aware patients will likely travel to California from other states to seek abortions.” Newsom is vying for tax-payer funding of abortion
The Federal Drug Administration is responsible for regulating the use of thousands of medications. Seventy-four are deemed dangerous enough to put them in a drug safety program called Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies or REMS. This system ensures use of these dangerous drugs comes with increased patient monitoring by the doctor for the patient’s protection.
Late in 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked a 2017 New York State regulation, mandating all health insurance plans within the state cover abortion. The Catholic diocese of Albany filed suit. New York’s abortion mandate included a religious exemption. However, the exemption was so narrow even the Catholic church did not qualify. The official position