Sunday, March 2, 2014

Save the baby humans is gaining momentum

These are some of the prolife issues/ events in the news. These are from news sent to my inbox to publicize.  So, I am putting snippets here [and to other prolife blogs of mine] to help educate the public on the issues. I am numbering them for ease of reference:

1) has free Save the baby humans stickers. YEA

2) Connecticut HR 5326 is attempt to legalize medical killing also known as euthanasia.  The prodeathers mince words trying to deceive but don't be deceived by lies and half-truths. Medical doctors should not ever write prescriptions to kill humans! And why the pharmaceutical industry is not howling loud and clear in D.C. about any attempt by any group to connect them with murder, is beyond comprehension.

3) Quote: "But Newman said the drastic decline in locations where abortions are available “shows that the pro-life movement is gaining ground and that the abortion industry is collapsing – 
mostly due to its own negligence and greed, which has been exposed by their unwillingness and inability to comply with even the most rudimentary safety standards.”
Read more at .

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5)  Milton Wolf, a radiologist running for U S Senate from Kansas said he "is 100 percent pro-life".  From :

6) Please West  Virginia,  restrict abortions : ; quote: "From John Carey, who watches legislative developments for the WVCSB.
I would like to request that all the Churches within the West Virginia Convention of Southern Baptists be made aware of a bill that has just passed the 
West Virginia House of Delegates and will be voted on in the State Senate this coming Tuesday. We need phone calls to demonstrate support for this truly historic pro-life legislation." And another quote: 
If HB 4588 passes the Senate next week, all abortions will be illegal in West Virginia after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The only exception is when the life of the mother is at risk. 

The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act recognizes that there is a substantial body of evidence demonstrating that by 20 weeks an unborn child feels pain. "

7) Kansas law prosecutes "abortion-by-deceit": with quote: "Part of the pro-life agenda has been to pass laws that uphold the full humanity of the unborn child, including full prosecution for both victims following crimes committed against pregnant women and their unborn children.

The criminal complaint against Bollig is based on just such a law– “Alexa’s Law,”– passed in Kansas in 2007. ..

Kansas was the 35th state (of now 37) to pass such a law, modeled on the 2003 federal ‘Unborn Victim of Violence Act designed by the National Right to Life Committee. 
Alexa’s Law protects unborn children beginning at fertilization through full term, while some states have enacted limited protection after viability."

8) Alabama is man up:
"On Tuesday, the Alabama House of Representative Health Committee passed four pieces of Pro-Life legislation aimed at reducing the number of babies killed in abortions in Alabama. 
The legislation was prioritized by House Health Committee Chairman Jim McClendon (R) from Springville.

HB 490, the Fetal Heartbeat Act, is sponsored by state Representative Mary Sue McClurkin (R) from Indian Springs.  Rep. McClurkin said that the legislation, 
“Would make it unlawful for a physician to perform an abortion on a pregnant woman if a heartbeat is detected on an unborn child.” 
 The bill also requires that abortion clinic keep documentation be kept showing that the fetal heartbeat test was performed." And this quote: "The Committee also passed HB 494, which strengthens Alabama’s parental consent law. "
And this quote: "The Committee also gave a favorable report to HB 489.  HB 489 is sponsored by Rep. Ed Henry (R) from Decatur.  
Henry said that his bill requires that a woman who wishes to have an abortion must be notified of the risk of having an abortion and that that waiting period be extended from 24 hours to 48 hours.
Rep. Hubbard told the committee, “I don’t see any reason to vote no.”

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Gloria Poole, RN artist ; at my apartment in Missouri [which is my only residence] 2- March-2014 at 5:15pm.