Vermont’s proposed amendment to enshrine abortion is set for a public hearing, while “Unplanned,” the surprising hit movie about former abortion clinic director Abby Johnson, will air at Bennington Cinemas this weekend.
Benning already has the right to a vasectomy. He has the right to a reversal, as well. Nothing is threatening his right to make these personal decisions.
Republican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed a bill banning abortions in the presence of a fetal heartbeat Thursday. Physicians could face fines of up to $20,000 if they violate the law. A heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks in pregnancy.
I decided to vote for Proposition 5 for three reasons. In the case of abortion, it preserves a balancing test between a woman’s right to privacy and a state’s interest in protecting a viable fetus.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced Friday that Obria Group will receive three years of Title X family planning funding.
There is nothing abstract about a third-trimester, viable child being killed. There is no more physician-patient privacy right in such a thing than for a psychiatrist to justify a patient who brutally beats their 10-year-old.
Key language in Proposal 5, the constitutional amendment for unrestricted abortion, could allow unrestricted assisted suicide and legal prostitution, a former Vermont Supreme Court law clerk warned Thursday.
Mississippi Republican Gov. Phil Bryant signed a “heartbeat bill” Thursday, which will make abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected illegal in the state.
Nowhere does the Constitution guarantee anything, let alone “the liberty and dignity to determine their own life’s course.”
Today, the protection racket continues. Advocates for unlimited abortion frame it as “protection” for women and their “right” to an abortion.
Rev. Rosaire Bisson was suspended from giving devotions before the Vermont Senate for a year after he spoke in January about “everyone’s right to life.”