FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 15, 2009 Americans United for Life Announces Legal Prospectus on Probable Supreme Court Nominees Washington, DC — Americans United for Life (AUL) announces today a new legal prospectus on the probable “short list” of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominees, and their…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 19, 2009 AUL Applauds Oklahoma for Adult Stem Cell Research Funding Agreement Oklahoma City — An agreement with the Tobacco Settlement Fund was finalized yesterday that authorized state funding of adult stem cell research, allotting $5.5 million towards the research over…
Today, the Missouri House passed HCS HB 46 & 434, a bill that bans coercing a pregnant woman into getting an abortion. Additionally, the bill enhances the state’s informed consent law by allowing women to view and hear an ultrasound prior to getting an abortion, and gives women information about the pain their unborn child feels during an abortion.
President Obama signed an executive order today authorizing more federal taxpayer spending for human embryonic stem cell research, overturning limits on federal funding for such research in place since 2001.
This week, the Obama administration moved to rescind U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) rules mandating enforcement of and compliance with existing federal laws that protect the civil rights and freedom of conscience of healthcare professionals. The targeted rules were implemented by the Bush Administration in December 2008.
Americans United for Life (AUL) today released its sixth annual ranking of the most and least pro-life states. Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and South Dakota top the ranking, while California, Hawaii, and Vermont ranked lowest.