Activism Births Wave of Pro-Life Laws

By Cheryl Sullenger, Senior Policy Advisor Since the shift in state legislatures during last year’s mid-term elections, pro-life legislation has flooded the states in unprecedented numbers, with over 900 bills introduced this year alone. Legislation includes such topics as the defunding of abortion providers, parental and informed consent laws, and clinic regulations. Pro-life efforts that […]

Victory! Kansas Passes Clinic Regulations That Will Save Lives

Topeka, Kansas — The Kansas Senate voted 24-15 yesterday to pass a bill that would force two annual inspections of abortion clinics, ban telemed “webcam” abortions, and give the Department of Health and Environment authority to fine and close abortion clinics that do not comply with the new law. It will also require abortionists to […]

Arizona First to Protect Women from Telemed Abortion Abuse

Phoenix, AZ — Over the weekend, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed into law the nation’s first ban on telemed webcam abortions. The bill also will require that women be given ultrasounds at least one hour before their abortions and that they be given an opportunity to see the image of their pre-born babies. The new […]

71 Congressmen Ask Sebelius to Come Clean on Telemed Abortion Funding

Washington, DC – Rep. Steve King, (R-IA), has sent a letter signed by 71 Congressmen to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius asking for information about the extent to which Federal tax dollars may be funding “telemed abortions,” which involves the distribution of the dangerous abortion pill, RU486 over the Internet, but denies women […]

Planned Parenthood Propaganda Machine in Overdrive on Telemed Abortions

Commentary by Cheryl Sullenger Last week, the Iowa Medical Board notified Operation Rescue by letter that it had closed its complaint against Planned Parenthood’s telemed abortionist, Susan Haskell, without taking disciplinary action. Before the ink was hardly dry on the letter, Jill Meadows, Medical Director for Planned Parenthood had published an article in the Dubuque […]