Posts Tagged:abortion

Kansas Pro-Life Amendment Fails

The Value Them Both Amendment was defeated in a referendum vote in Kansas on Tuesday. As of late Tuesday night, with 82% of the votes counted, “No” was leading 61% to 39%. The constitutional amendment would have repealed the so-called “right to abortion” that the state’s Supreme Court said was in the Kansas constitution, paving…Read More

Big-spending abortion backers target Kansas ballot measure, but pro-lifers hope for win

Wealthy out-of-state donors who back legalized abortion are funding opposition to a Kansas constitutional amendment that would end the state Supreme Court’s ban on abortion restrictions. Backers of the effort expect to be outspent but are confident they will prevail at the ballot box on Tuesday, Aug. 2. “The abortion industry will outspend us, perhaps…Read More

Biden Administration Looks To Force Pharmacies to Fill Abortion Pill Prescriptions

President Joe Biden’s administration is warning retail pharmacies that refusing to supply patients with abortion pills would violate anti-discrimination laws. Pro-life leaders insist that forcing pharmacists to dispense abortion drugs would violate their conscience rights. New guidelines issued by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Civil Rights emphasize to roughly 60,000 pharmacies…Read More

Abortion a ‘human rights issue’ more than a religious issue, Archbishop Naumann says

Responding to claims that Kansas Catholics are seeking to impose their religion on their neighbors by voting to exclude a right to abortion from the state’s constitution, Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City in Kansas says “reason alone is sufficient to know that it is wrong to destroy an innocent human life.” Kansas is set…Read More

Inhofe Leads Inquiry into Military Abortion Rights Claim

The Republican members of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee, led by U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe, are asking Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin to provide more information about a Department of Defense official’s assertion that the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision would affect military readiness. The Dobbs decision effectively overturned…Read More

Poll: Surge in Public Support for Abortion Restrictions Following Roe Reversal

A new Harvard/Harris poll released Tuesday found that a large majority (72%) of Americans would support banning abortions after 15 weeks, and almost half (49%) would support bans at 6 weeks. Thirty-seven percent of registered voters would support banning abortions almost completely, with exceptions for cases of rape and incest. Overall, 90% of Americans would…Read More