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Obama Administration Ups Anti-Life “Ante” on Bioethics

Over the past week, the Obama Administration has made two key decisions on bioethics — both of which promote unethical and anti-life policies. First, on November 24, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13521, establishing the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues. The…

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02 Dec 2009 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog 1 comment

Pro-Life Response to the Abortion Lobby’s “National Day of Action”; Effort to Fight the Stupak-Pitts Amendment

Pro-abortion activists will lobby Washington on Wednesday, December 2nd in their campaign against the U.S. House bill’s pro-life Stupak-Pitts Amendment. Americans United for Life President and CEO Charmaine Yoest released this statement in response to the abortion lobby’s effort to expand taxpayer funding of abortion:…

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02 Dec 2009 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog 1 comment

Pro-Life Reaction to the Senate Vote Tonight

Americans United for Life’s legislative arm AUL Action released this statement in reaction to the cloture vote: “This was a pro-abortion vote tonight because this bill provides for an unprecedented expansion of federally-funded abortion. Supporters argued that the debate needed to move forward, but life…

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21 Nov 2009 Posted by Americans United for Life in Blog 3 comments

Anti-life Senate health care reform bill clears major hurdle

Moments ago, the Senate voted 60-39, a party-line vote, to begin debate on Majority Leader Reid’s anti-life health care reform bill.  The debate and amendment process will begin Monday, November 30th. Majority Leader Reid’s health care bill: Allows the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human…

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21 Nov 2009 Posted by Mary Harned in Blog 1 comment

Wrap-up of Colloquy

Senator Johanns is emphasizing that the Stupak-Pitts language is NOT in the Senate bill.  Therefore, it is not likely to be in the final bill (once the Senate version is reconciled with the House version).  He said that there are not enough prolife senators to…

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21 Nov 2009 Posted by Mary Harned in Blog no comments
 
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