Now Let's Celebrate Murder!!!!
I received the following today from the Family Research Council's Weekly Newsletter:
The National Abortion Federation (NAF) is calling on Americans to recognize March 10 as a National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers. Millions of women--and unborn children--have little to be thankful for.
One in particular, Rasheedah Dinkins, is still recovering from a botched abortion procedure that nearly killed her. Dinkins' complications started when her clinic, Metropolitan Medical Association (MMA) in New Jersey, failed to supply even the most basic medical necessities--clean surgical instruments. Two weeks after its closure, MMA assured the state health department that the sterilization issues had been addressed. Yet when officials visited the clinic Tuesday, they found that it still flunked the health inspection, leaving women vulnerable to serious risks.
In Illinois, legislators are trying to give minor girls access to facilities like the ones without their parents' consent. Contrary to its name, the Adolescent Health Care Safety Act would allow clinics to inform a teenager's siblings, relatives, doctors, or pastors about the procedure in lieu of her parents. In a world where doctors could lose their license for operating on a child's appendix without consent, a bill like this is shocking. It undermines parents' role--and rights--in preserving the well-being of their daughters. Pro-life measures are fairing better in Oklahoma. With the help of the Oklahoma Family Policy Council, the state's Judiciary Committee passed bills on Tuesday that would: limit government funding of abortion, restrict health insurance from covering abortion procedures, ensure that women have information on abortion alternatives and risks, explain that abortion drugs kill unborn children, and require parental consent for minors.
The Third Annual Abortion Practitioner of the Year Awards
Oklahoma House Committee Passes Five Pro-Life Bills Limiting Abortions
What a Travesty!
We really need to pray for the women employed with these organizations and for the women who use these organizations and Pray for the government leaders to have wisdom when writing the laws!!